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.
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
Postdoc Adam Li works with Professor Elias Bareinboim in the Causal Artificial Intelligence Lab. The program sponsors two-year postdoctoral research positions in computing for recent Ph.D. graduates.
Misra’s “Ask Here First” offers easy data access for all users and can be applied to any data-rich field, from sports and e-commerce to investment banking.
The small-grants program is designed to support faculty who contribute to the diversity goals of the University by their research, … Continue reading Martha Kim and Baishakhi Ray Named Provost Awardees
Professor Jason Nieh is one of 26 awardees that will have access to more than 250 Amazon public datasets and can utilize AWS AI/ML services and tools. Each award is intended to support the work of … Continue reading Spring 2021 Amazon Research Awards recipients announced
In this Q&A, climate scientist Galen McKinley and computer scientist Carl Vondrick explain how Columbia’s new climate modeling center will improve on the latest projections.
Professor Shree Nayar created the course, which offers an interdisciplinary approach to computer vision. The specialization is designed for learners … Continue reading SEAS Introduces Newest MOOC Specialization: First Principles of Computer Vision
Josh Alman, Toniann Pitassi, and Richard Zemel join the department. They will facilitate research and learning in CS theory, machine … Continue reading CS Welcomes Three New Faculty
Research from the department was accepted to the 34th Annual Conference on Learning Theory (COLT2021). The conference highlights research on … Continue reading 7 Papers Accepted to COLT 2021
Four papers from CS researchers were accepted to the 30th USENIX Security Symposium. The yearly conference highlights research on the security … Continue reading Research from the Security & Privacy Group Accepted to USENIX 2021