Regina Barzilay (PhD ’03), the first winner of the Squirrel AI Award, talks to MIT Tech Review on why the pandemic should be a wake-up call.
Womxn in Computer Science (WiCS) President Rediet Bekele (CC ’21) talks about the organization’s plans to help members and its … Continue reading WiCS’ Plans For The Year
Graduate students from the department have been selected to receive scholarships. The diverse group is a mix of those new … Continue reading 18 CS Students Win Prestigious Fellowships
Ten computer science alumni talk about everything from emerging technologies, interview tips, finding meaningful work, and career trajectories in this special summer series.
This summer seminar series highlights 14 computer science PhD students. The handpicked group of students hosted individual Zoom sessions to discuss their experiences and research projects.
The Doctoral Dissertation Award is awarded annually to recognize a recent doctoral candidate who has successfully defended and completed his or her Ph.D. dissertation in computer graphics and interactive techniques. This award recognizes young researchers … Continue reading Raymond Fei’s (PhD ’19) Dissertation Earns an Honorable Mention at SIGGRAPH 2020
Alum Miral Kotb (CC ’01) talks to Newsweek about combining coding and dance to create Iluminate, wearable mini-computers that sync music, dance moves, and light.
Ryan Bubinski (CC ’11) founded the Application Development Initiative (ADI) while at Columbia. After graduation, he and Zach Sims started Codecademy to teach coding and programming in an engaging, effective way.
The department would like to honor all of our graduates and we look forward to when we can all come … Continue reading Congratulations to the Class of 2020
Georgia Essig (CC’20), a computer science major with a concentration in Russian language and culture, has been named valedictorian, the top academic honor for the Columbia College Class of 2020.
Katy Gero, a third-year PhD student, wins a Best Paper Award from the ACM Computer-Human Interaction (CHI 2020). Mental Models … Continue reading Katy Gero Wins Best Paper Award at CHI 2020
For the third consecutive year, a team from the CS department has advanced to the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) … Continue reading CS Team Headed to ICPC World Championship
Grad student Jason Lee (MS ’20) talks to IEEE Spectrum about producing face shields for NYC’s frontliners.