Columbia Engineering professor Henning Schulzrinne unpacks President Biden’s $1 trillion infrastructure bill and its promise to expand broadband access for people in rural and low-income areas.
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The J.P. Morgan AI Research Awards 2021 partners with research thinkers across artificial intelligence.
Professor Henning Schulzrinne unpacks the infrastructure bill and how it will expand broadband access for Americans. The $1 trillion dollar … Continue reading How Will the Infrastructure Bill Improve Internet Access for Americans?
Research papers from the department were accepted to the Conference on Robot Learning 2021 (CoRL) and the Best System Paper … Continue reading Shuran Song and Huy Ha Win the Best System Paper at CoRL 2021
Papers from CS researchers were accepted to the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) 2021. The Best Short Paper … Continue reading 11 Research Papers Accepted to EMNLP 2021
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Computer science research is about solving problems with computational tools — it could be how to predict where the next … Continue reading Mechanism Design for Social Good Started as a Reading Group, Now It Launched an ACM Conference
PhD students will review an applicant’s Personal Statement as part of the Pre-Submission Application Review (PAR) Program. A group of … Continue reading PAR Program Offers Peer-Support to PhD Applicants
Giannis Karamanolakis, a natural language processing and machine learning PhD student, talks about his research projects and how he is … Continue reading Voices of CS: Giannis Karamanolakis
Shomik Ghose (SEAS’23), Tamarah Wallace (CC’22), and Jake Fisher (SEAS’22), alongside alternate Addis Boyd (SEAS’22), brought the team to victory winning 190-150 points against the USC Trojans.
Graduate students from the department have been selected to receive scholarships. The diverse group is a mix of those new … Continue reading 12 CS Students Win Prestigious Fellowships