In an ongoing study, Elmachtoub and his colleague show that reducing inventory with opaque products produces meaningful savings.
Lipson researches evolutionary robotics, which uses processes inspired from biological evolution to “breed” new robots, rather than design them manually.
The University has launched an institute to fill the explosive need for the acquisition and analysis of “big data.”
Learn about the fascinating research endeavors each of our faculty members undertakes.
This year's students 3D-printed prototypes and validated their designs with Matlab emulation.
Prof. Simon Billinge is using the world’s newest and brightest synchrotron light source to look inside nanomaterials and learn how nanoparticles evolve.
In this Columbia Magazine feature, Profs. Bergman, Lipson, and Gaeta discuss working together in the emerging field of nanophotonics.
Led by Prof. Keren Bergman, the laboratory investigates the realization of dynamic optical data routing in transparent optical interconnection networks.
The Data Science Institute at Columbia University is developing technology to unlock the power of global data to help solve some of society's most challenging problems.