Cui’s research, which examined security risks of printers and other overlooked office devices, is the subject of a Fast Company article. Cui with his advisor, Salvatore Stolfo, founded Red Balloon Security to protect such devices.
Dingzeyu Li has been awarded an Adobe Research Fellowship, which recognizes outstanding graduate students doing exceptional research in areas of … Continue reading Dingzeyu Li awarded Adobe Research Fellowship
He received his PhD in 1999 under the supervision of Kathy McKeown. At Yale he will teach courses in Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence and will lead the Language, Information, and Learning Lab.
The paper, The Social Dynamics of Language Change in Online Networks, used a data set of several million Twitter users to track language changes in progress.
Coauthored by students Yipeng Huang and Ning Guo, paper will be featured in May/June 2017 issue as one of “Top … Continue reading IEEE Micro magazine selects “Evaluation of an Analog Accelerator for Linear Algebra” as a top pick
Three undergraduate computer science majors have been recognized by the Computing Research Association (CRA) for showing outstanding research potential in … Continue reading Undergrads Terra Blevins, Ruoxin (Amy) Jiang, and Jun Ho Yoon recognized for research
Three Columbia grad students—one in biomedical engineering, one in computer science, one in data science—met in January to brainstorm on … Continue reading Droice’s drug prescription analyzer: From idea to hospital-wide rollout in less than 12 months
Digital computers have had a remarkable run, giving rise to the modern computing and communications age and perhaps leading to … Continue reading Back to analog computing: Columbia researchers merge analog and digital computing on a single chip
Says Junfeng Yang, the paper’s senior author, “Shuffler instantly lets us build a stronger defense.”
This summer, she taught computer science languages and principles to high school girls as part of the Summer Immersion Program, … Continue reading Alison Chang, CS’16, featured in #PayItForward campaign video for Girls Who Code
With few warning signs and no screening test, pancreatic cancer is usually not diagnosed until it is well advanced; 75% … Continue reading An interview with John Paparizzos: Hunting early signs of pancreatic cancer in web searches
Humans are not good at detecting when someone is lying, doing little better than chance level. More reliable are computational … Continue reading An interview with Sarah Ita Levitan: When changes in speech can indicate lies
She is one of only 200 young researchers invited to this event that brings together winners of scientific and mathematics … Continue reading Suzanna Schmeelk, CS PhD student, receives seat at Heidelberg Laureate Forum