Professors Kostic and Zussman are part of an NYU/Columbia team that won $100K from the Verizon 5G EdTech challenge for the project 5G COVET (COSMOS Verizon Education Toolkit).
Prof. Tsividis was honored for his contributions to analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit technology and engineering education.
Advance marks critical step toward brain-computer interfaces that hold immense promise for those with limited or no ability to speak.
The prize is awarded for a recent, innovative discovery in electricity, magnetism, or radiant energy, and will be presented in a ceremony on April 28 in Washington, D.C.
Prof. Hendon discusses her research which focuses on how tissue structure can contribute to preterm birth.
Date: 12:00pm, February 21, 2019
Location: Computer Science Building 480
Speaker: Prof. Eytan Modiano
Date: 10:00am, February 25, 2019
Location: CEPSR 750
Speaker: Dan Congreve
Date: 10:00am, March 4, 2019
Location: CEPSR 740
Speaker: Changhong Zhao
Date: 10:00am, March 7, 2019
Location: CEPSR 750
Speaker: James Anderson
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Researchers used learning to enhance speech neuroprothesis technologies, that can result in reconstructed speech from the human auditory cortex.
PhD student Tingjun Chen has been named a 2019 Facebook Fellow, in the area of networking and connectivity.
79 students and 46 teams presented projects ranging from smart bento boxes to real-time emotion monitoring.
The Amateur Radio Club, in collaboration with the Columbia Space Initiative, built a successful satellite-tracking system.
Representatives of the Wei Family Private Foundation visited the EE department to present 2018–2019 scholarship awards to three graduate students.