PhD students Charlie Carver and Hadleigh Schwartz unveiled Lasertag, a framework that integrates laser steering with optical tracking to maintain … Continue reading Voices of CS: Charlie Carver and Hadleigh Schwartz
PhD student Tuhin Chakrabarty’s thesis about creative writing and large language models was featured in the Washington Post.
Two CS students were selected by the Computing Research Association (CRA) for the 2024 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award for their … Continue reading Eleanor Lin And Walter McKelvie Selected For Honorable Mention For The Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award
Last August, Wei Hao stepped onto the Google Campus in Sunnyvale, California, as part of the inaugural MLCommons Rising Stars … Continue reading Voices of CS: Wei Hao
MS Bridge student Ishan Dhanani was interviewed by Semafor on how his startup Agora Labs helps researchers book time to rent GPUs for their projects.
Graduate students from the department have been selected to receive scholarships. The diverse group is a mix of those new … Continue reading 19 PhD Students Awarded Prestigious Fellowships
Alum Raghav Poddar created Superorder, a tool for businesses to set up their restaurant’s online presence, create digital storefronts, and receive more online sales.
The first-year PhD student is developing tools that help people create engaging images and videos. After growing up in … Continue reading Voices of CS: Sitong Wang
The department is extremely proud of all of our students! We honored this year’s graduates at a post-commencement … Continue reading Congratulations to the Class of 2023!
CS students Ethan Wu and Julia Zhao share what they’ll remember from Columbia as they look ahead to the future.
The third-year PhD student is creating tools to help people with vision impairments navigate the world. Imagine walking to … Continue reading Voices of CS: Gaurav Jain
The fourth-year PhD student is trying to democratize chip manufacturing with a system that even non-experts can use. A … Continue reading Voices of CS: Maico Cassel dos Santos
A PhD candidate who worked for OpenAI and Apple discusses natural language processing, AI hallucinations, and deep fakes.