Professor Kathleen R. McKeown is the recipient of the 2023 IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastructure Award—the highest award recognizing significant technological achievements and contributions to the establishment, development, and proliferation of innovative societal infrastructure systems … Continue reading Top 2023 IEEE Innovation In Societal Infrastructure Awardee Kathleen McKeown Shares Deep Insights
Research & News
Computer science is one of the most popular degrees at Columbia and each year more and more students are interested … Continue reading Get to Know Our CS Teaching Faculty
Eugene Wu and Zachary Huang created an easy-to-use app that helps fill “data voids” by cleaning and cross-verifying farmer drought reports.
Influential computer scientist Kathy McKeown heads up two multi-million dollar grants—one to analyze cross-cultural norms and another to better understand grief in the Black community.
Papers from CS researchers have been accepted to the 38th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2021). Below are the … Continue reading 5 Research Papers Accepted to ICML 2022
Student & Alumni News
Get ready to roar for these Lions — including two CS majors— competing in the Capital One College Bowl, the NBC quiz show hosted by Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. The 10-episode series will … Continue reading Let’s Bowl!
Graduate students from the department have been selected to receive scholarships. The diverse group is a mix of those new … Continue reading 19 PhD Students Win Prestigious Fellowships
Second-year PhD student Cheng Chi talks about how his research on robotic control won a Best Paper Award at RSS … Continue reading Voices of CS: Cheng Chi
Michelle Zhou (PhD ’99) explains what no-code AI means and presents five inflection points that led to her current work, including the impact of two professors in graduate school who helped her find her direction … Continue reading ACM ByteCast Podcast: Human-Centered AI Researcher and Entrepreneur Michelle Zhou
Teng is combining her architectural knowledge with technology to make indoor spaces more easily navigated and experienced by low-vision users.