Programming errors on the blockchain can mean $100 million lost in the blink of an eye. Ronghui Gu and his company CertiK are trying to help.
Research & News
Computer scientist honored for his pioneering research in imaging.
Papers from CS researchers were accepted to the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) 2022. EMNLP is a leading … Continue reading 12 Research Papers Accepted to EMNLP 2022
National Academy of Inventors Selects Columbia Engineering Researchers for their “highly prolific spirit of innovation.”
Researchers from the department presented machine learning and artificial intelligence research at the thirty-fifth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems … Continue reading 11 Papers Accepted to NeurIPS 2022
Student & Alumni News
Computer Science alum Apoorv Agarwal helps new entrepreneurs avoid the common pitfalls of startups.
Brian Jiang CC’23 and Karen Copeland SEAS’23 have been named 2023-24 Churchill Scholars, the first time that Columbia has seen two Scholars named in the same year. Brian and Karen are among 18 Churchill Scholars … Continue reading Brian Jiang CC’23 and Karen Copeland SEAS’23 Named Churchill Scholars
Jim Kurose (PhD ’84) chats with PhD student Casper Lant about networks and IoTS for Wired magazine.
Julia Zhao, SEAS’23, has been named a 2023 Rhodes Scholar for China. China awards four Rhodes Scholars each year, and this is the second time that Columbia has had a Rhodes China Scholar named.
Axl Chen is the founder and CEO of Surplex, a new full-body tracking technology company aiming to change the gaming industry and professional sports.