The M.S. in Data Science is a 30-credit program that offers students training in statistics and machine learning and the chance to work closely with Columbia faculty and industry partners.
The Certification of Professional Achievement in Data Sciences is a 12-credit non-degree program jointly offered through Columbia's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Join our online information sessions for an overview of Columbia University, student life, the admissions application process, as well as Columbia Engineering's graduate level data science academic programs; Certification of Professional Achievement in Data Sciences and Master of Science in Data Science.
Columbia data scientists have created the first catalog of animal venoms and their physiological effects on humans.
Computer science professor Alexandr Andoni is developing faster ways to analyze massive datasets.
Computer science professor Eugene Wu is developing visualization tools for large datasets.
Electrical engineering professor Fred Jiang is developing tools for smart cities and green buildings.
A non-profit, crowdsourcing project led by Columbia researchers is aggregating consumer genetic data to uncover the genetic basis of disease, personality and more.
Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research | Dr. David Heckerman in Davis Auditorium
The Institute brings together more than 150 faculty from 10 schools at Columbia.
Meet our faculty and learn how they are using data science tools to accelerate discovery.
Our director, Kathleen McKeown, on the challenge of extracting and summarizing news from the Web in a crisis.
A status update and opportunities for engagement from our Town Hall meeting.
Watch the Town Hall event video hosted by the Institute on Monday, March 31, 2014.
The Institute brings together the renowned interdisciplinary expertise of Columbia's schools to focus on cutting-edge data research.