The computer science community lost Davide Giri on December 2nd. For the past seven years, he worked in the Systems-Level … Continue reading Remembering Davide Giri
PhD student Mia Chiquier’s research is featured in Science. The new technology, called Neural Voice Camouflage, disguises words with custom noise.
The department is extremely proud of all of our students and would like to honor this year’s graduates! We were … Continue reading Congratulations to the Class of 2022
Students from the first cohort of the CS@CU MS Bridge are among the graduates this year. They share how the … Continue reading Graduates of the MS Bridge First Cohort
Andrea Clark-Sevilla reveals how taking a master’s allowed her time to figure out if she wanted to pursue a PhD … Continue reading Voices of CS: Andrea Clark-Sevilla
PhD student Zachary Huang shares how his research helps track data from smallholder farms to fill “data voids” in Africa … Continue reading Voices of CS: Zachary Huang
The CS undergrad shares how he started doing research in the Speech Lab and won a Best Paper award at … Continue reading Voices of CS: Shayan Hooshmand
PhD student Didac Suris talks about his research and winning a prestigious Microsoft Research Fellowship. “So, this is a … Continue reading Voices of CS: Didac Suris
Mustafa Eyceoz (SEAS ’22) is featured in the Profile Issue of Columbia Spectator’s magazine, The Eye.
Team leader David Watkins discusses how playing computer games can give roboticists real-world insights.
Molecular biologist, pianist, and cognitive scientist/biologist will receive scholarship aid from a program that supports students from non-computational backgrounds applying … Continue reading Three New Lustgarten-Whitney Fellows Named
Hamoon Mousavi is a PhD student who moved to Columbia from the University of Toronto last year with Henry Yuen, whose research group studies theoretical computer science and the differences between classical and quantum computers.
When it comes to deploying her computer science skills, Camille-Louise Mbayo MS’22 is already looking far beyond the halls of academia.