The School has just launched its yearlong 150th birthday party with a full week of activities that are engaging students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
Researchers have demonstrated that integrated circuit technology, the basis of modern computers and communications devices, can also be used for the study of signaling in bacterial colonies.
According to Wiggins, the Times is creating a machine learning group to help learn from data about the content it produces and the way readers consume that content.
Sobel will use the award to study the local dynamics and global patterns of extreme precipitation and other extreme weather events.
A pioneer in distance education since its inception in 1986, CVN officially launched online in 1998.
2013 proved to be a busy and exciting one for the School. Here are some of the year’s highlights.
More than 250 alumni, students, parents, and guests attended Columbia Engineering Entrepreneurship Night NYC on December 12 at the Time Warner Center.
Four teams from Columbia Engineering will present their innovative technologies at the International CES in Las Vegas in early January.
Anastassiou's U.S. patents have been adopted in widely used products including all digital television sets and DVD players worldwide.