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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Jobs
    Technical Reports Webmail Directions Wiki Copyright FAQ Quick Links Data Science Institute IGERT From Data to Solutions ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities Jobs Faculty Faculty Positions in the Department of Computer Science Columbia Engineering invites applications for faculty positions in the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University in the City of New York Applications at the assistant professor and in exceptional cases at the associate professor and full professor levels will be considered Applications are sought in all areas of computer science with particular emphasis on but not limited to the following areas Theory all levels and Programming languages Assistant or Associate Professor level Apply for this position http academicjobs columbia edu applicants Central quickFind 61644 Lecturer in Discipline Positions in the Department of Computer Science Columbia Engineering invites applications for Lecturer in Discipline Positions in the Department of Computer Science The Department of Computer Science at Columbia University in the City of New York invites applications for multiple faculty positions at the rank of Lecturer in Discipline beginning in the 2016 17 academic year Lecturers in Discipline are full time non tenure track faculty members whose primary responsibility is teaching The Department of Computer Science is committed to

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/resources/jobs (2016-02-17)
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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Technical Reports
    Campus Life Life in NYC Life after CS CU Bulletin In The Press News Newsletters Highlights Distinguished Lectures Resources A to Z Adjunct Teaching Computing Jobs Technical Reports Webmail Directions Wiki Copyright FAQ Quick Links Data Science Institute IGERT From Data to Solutions ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities Technical Reports Technical Report Archive Year published Any 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Directions
    Postscript Interactive map Morningside Campus Computer Science Department office The department office is at the entrance to the Computer Science Building itself located in the lobby of the 4th floor of the Mudd Engineering Building There are doors to Mudd on the 1st floor at 500 West 120th Street near Amsterdam Avenue The Mudd doors on the campus level are on the 4th floor Starting at the main entrance to the campus at Broadway and 116th Street walk along College Walk and turn left up the steps At the top of the steps is a large building with a dome Low Library Take the walkway to the right of Low Library and the Mudd building is at the end of this walk Upon entering Mudd turn right and then right again This is the entrance to Computer Science CS Conference Room and Lounge Follow directions to department office then go through double wooden glass doors and head down hallway to left The entrance to the CS lounge and conference room is to the right of the door leading outside to the courtyard Open meeting area Enter the Mudd building on the 4th floor and enter the CS department office Walk through the hall towards the back and eventually you will come to an intersection with a staircase Turn left and go to the end of the hall do not go upstairs Schapiro Center for Engineering and Physical Science Research CEPSR is the modern looking building just left or West of Mudd Instead of entering the Mudd turn left and walk up the ramp to CEPSR The Computer Science Department is located on the 6th and 7th floors Davis Auditorium The Davis auditorium is on the 4th floor campus level room 412 in the Schapiro Center for Engineering and Physical Science

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Copyright FAQ
    copyright information depends on who currently owns the copyright If the content of the technical report has not yet been accepted for publication by ACM IEEE or similar organization authors are the copyright holders You retain that copyright when you submit the technical report but the Department asks you to grant it certain rights such as the right to include the technical report in collections of such reports or external listings If the technical report is essentially the same as a paper published by ACM IEEE or another publisher the details depend on the publisher Some publishers do not allow you to publish the content again Others like ACM require you to add text to your document Who owns the copyright for student projects Unless the student was paid and is thus a university employee the student owns the copyright If faculty intend to re use the program for other purposes they would have to get the student s permission or have the student release the program under a suitable open source license It may well be worth discussing this with the student early in the semester Faculty may refuse to supervise a project student who refuses to open source

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | ASCENT Program
    Quick Links Data Science Institute IGERT From Data to Solutions ASCENT Program Faculty Job Opportunities ASCENT Program City University of New York Columbia Cornell and New York Universities have formed a consortium to connect Computer Science and Engineering postdocs to the growing community of entrepreneurs technology professionals senior researchers and doctoral students in the New York City area This collaboration provides professional development and increased networking opportunities for its members

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  • field is being used for creating static contents. --> Department of Computer Science, Columbia University | Banner Archive
    Ph D Courses Career Resources Employer Resources Student Resources Student Life Departmental Life Campus Life Life in NYC Life after CS CU Bulletin In The Press News Newsletters Highlights Distinguished Lectures Resources A to Z Adjunct Teaching Computing Jobs Technical

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  • Vishal Misra named IEEE Fellow | Dept. of Computer Science, Columbia University
    of mathematical modeling to examine complex network systems particularly the Internet It s an approach that has been highly productive from the start His PhD thesis work on modeling Internet congestion done in collaboration with colleagues opened up entirely new directions in TCP analysis and led to better control mechanisms helping achieve high throughput low latency and low packet loss on Internet links Software that grew out of Misra s PhD thesis is now being deployed in all cable modems worldwide In a 2008 paper he and colleagues used mathematical modeling to examine the pricing policies and profit motives of Internet service providers in the process identifying at an early stage the economic incentives that would later give rise to paid peering Misra was thus one of the first in academic circles to warn that network neutrality issues are not resolvable without first understanding Internet economics Recently as network neutrality has become a political issue particularly in the US and India Misra has actively participated in the public debate contributing articles and interviews to leading media outlets Earlier this year he appeared before the Indian Parliament to present his views on zero rating a policy contrary to network neutrality Misra

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/2015/misra-named-ieee-fellow/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Julia Hirschberg and David Blei elected 2015 ACM Fellows | Dept. of Computer Science, Columbia University
    text to speech synthesis developing corpus based statistical models that incorporate syntactic and discourse information models that are in general use today She joined Columbia University faculty in 2002 as a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and has served as department chair since 2012 As of November 2015 her publications have been cited 14 161 times and she has an h index of 60 Hirschberg serves on numerous technical boards and editorial committees including the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee and the board of CRA W Previously she served as editor in chief of Computational Linguistics and co editor in chief of Speech Communication and was on the Executive Board of the Association for Computational Linguistics ACL on the Executive Board of the North American ACL on the CRA Board of Directors on the AAAI Council on the Permanent Council of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing ICSLP and on the board of the International Speech Communication Association ISCA She is also noted for her leadership in promoting diversity both at AT T and Columbia and broadening participation in computing Among many honors she is a fellow of the Association for Computational Linguistics 2011 of the International Speech Communication Association 2008 of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence 1994 and she is a recipient of the IEEE James L Flanagan Speech and Audio Processing Award 2011 and the ISCA Medal for Scientific Achievement 2011 In 2007 she received an Honorary Doctorate from the Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm and in 2014 was elected to the American Philosophical Society David Blei David Blei is a Professor of Computer Science and Statistics and a member of the Data Science Institute He is a leading researcher in the field of probabilistic statistical machine learning and topic models

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