Fabricated in Columbia’s Computer Vision Lab, the camera—a sheet of adaptive lenses—bends to change the field of view. Thin and deformable, it can wrap around objects and still produce high-quality images.
Research & Papers
Part 2 of Making computer science accessible to Columbia’s wider student population. At Columbia University, women make up 37% of … Continue reading Women and computer science at Columbia
An expert in side-channel attacks, Tromer is a co-inventor of the cryptographic protocol of the Zcash privacy-preserving digital currency.
Stroustrup talks about his career path, his role in creating and continuing to improve C++, and technological changes across industries, particularly in financial services.
A love of geometry and an understanding of the physics underlying the real world are behind technologies that impact not just movies, but medicine, manufacturing, and robotics.
Student & Alumni News
His is the classic immigrant’s American success story. Once living a shelter, he made his way to Columbia to study computer science, and went on to found SmartSpot, a startup that last year raised $1.5M.
Coauthored by students Yipeng Huang and Ning Guo, paper will be featured in May/June 2017 issue as one of “Top Picks from Computer Architecture Conferences.”
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