The computer science department adds two more faculty members. With research and teaching experience in algorithmic game theory, machine learning, … Continue reading Tim Roughgarden And David Knowles Join The Department
The Distinguished Lecture series brings computer scientists to Columbia to discuss current issues and research that is affecting their particular … Continue reading The CS Distinguished Lecture Series Hosts Thought-Provoking Sessions
Drinea, a lecturer in discipline of computer science, will receive this year’s Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award, an honor given annually by the Columbia Engineering Alumni Association. She’ll receive the award on Class Day, the May … Continue reading Eleni Drinea Recognized for Excellence in Teaching
The award is given to faculty at top universities to support research that is relevant to Google’s products and services. … Continue reading Roxana Geambasu and Daniel Hsu Chosen for Google Faculty Research Awards Program
Columbia Engineering researchers develop Easy Email Encryption, an app that encrypts all saved emails to prevent hacks and leaks, is easy to install and use, and works with popular email services such as Gmail, Yahoo, … Continue reading New App Can Secure All Your Saved Emails
The application performance testing company NimbleDroid was recently acquired by mobile performance platform HeadSpin. Co-founded by professor Junfeng Yang and PhD student Younghoon … Continue reading CS Researchers Create Technology That Helps Developers with App Performance Testing
Columbia’s computer science community is growing with Barnard College’s creation of a program in Computer Science (CS). Rebecca Wright has … Continue reading Columbia Welcomes Rebecca Wright as Inaugural Director of Barnard’s CS Program
Professor Vishal Misra is an avid fan of cricket and now works on research that looks at the vast amount … Continue reading Finding Ways To Study Cricket
Columbia researchers presented their work at the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) in Brussels, Belgium. Professor Julia Hirschberg … Continue reading Natural Language Processing and Spoken Language Processing groups present papers at EMNLP 2018
CS researchers worked with collaborators from numerous universities to explore and develop cryptographic tools. The papers were presented at the … Continue reading Four papers from Columbia at Crypto 2018
“Pixel Approximate Entropy” technique quantifies visual complexity by providing a score that automatically identifies difficult charts; could help users in emergency settings to read data at a glance and make better decisions faster.
In light of how easy it is to identify people based on their DNA, researchers suggest ways to protect genetic … Continue reading How Can We Keep Genetic Data Safe?
Four papers were accepted to the Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS) symposium. CS researchers worked alongside colleagues from various organizations to … Continue reading New algorithms developed by CS researchers at FOCS 2018