Three teams of Columbia students recently presented their work at News Corp headquarters in Manhattan.
An award-winning, student-designed app advances to the finals of the Columbia Venture Competition on April 28.
An ongoing series of conversations with recent graduates.
Students in Columbia's Master's in Data Science program present their final capstone projects.
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.
A project led by DSI prof. Aurel Lazar is among six finalists for the Open Science Prize.
DSI computer science prof. Martha Kim receives the Borg award for innnovative research and helping women advance in computer science.
A study led by DSI prof. Philip Protter found 13,000 individual stock bubbles between 2000 and 2013.
The New Yorker profiles DSI professor Lucius Riccio, father of pothole analytics.
Motherboard features brain-computer interface research from DSI prof. Paul Sajda's lab.
Join us for upcoming lectures and discussions.
The Institute brings together more than 150 faculty from 10 schools at Columbia.
Learn the foundations of statistical thinking, the power of machine learning, and enabling technologies for data science.
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.
The Institute brings together the renowned interdisciplinary expertise of Columbia's schools to focus on cutting-edge data research.