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
Research & News
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
Student & Alumni News
Giannis Karamanolakis, a natural language processing and machine learning PhD student, talks about his research projects and how he is … LNG Jet Tooth Shade Acrylic Powder D4 Btl/4oz
Shomik Ghose (SEAS’23), Tamarah Wallace (CC’22), and Jake Fisher (SEAS’22), alongside alternate Addis Boyd (SEAS’22), brought the team to victory winning 190-150 points against the USC Trojans.
Graduate students from the department have been selected to receive scholarships. The diverse group is a mix of those new … Continue reading 12 CS Students Win Prestigious Fellowships
Jun Rao (PhD’00) co-founded Confluent, a platform that makes it easy to connect apps, systems, and an entire organization with real-time data flow and processing. The company develops database technologies, launched its IPO recently.
The department is extremely proud of all of our students and would like to honor this year’s graduates! We … Continue reading Congratulations to the Class of 2021