2023 Scientific Computing Training Series announced 

On Feb. 7, Cornell's Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) and Weill Cornell Medicine Scientific Computing, ITS, and Clinical and Translational Science Center will roll out the 2023 Scientific Computing Training Series. 

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First-years share their transformational journeys ... so far

Hear from four first-year students talking about their journey at Cornell.

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$20M gift to boost innovation in health and technology

A $20 million gift from Andrew H. ’71 and Ann R. Tisch will foster engagement and collaboration between Cornell Tech and Weill Cornell Medicine, catalyzing new discoveries at the intersection of health and technology.

Monitoring invades truckers’ privacy without boosting safety

Karen Levy, associate professor of information science, examines how truckers’ work is being affected by a proliferation of electronic logging technology in a new book, “Data Driven: Truckers, Technology, and the New Workplace Surveillance.”

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New testing paradigms offer better code with fewer bugs

Owolabi Legunsen, assistant professor of computer science, is developing new methods for testing and validating code, with the goal of finding and removing costly bugs.

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Caregiving simulator advances research in assistive robotics

A new robotic simulation platform developed by Cornell researchers may encourage more people to research caregiving robots.

Programming tool turns handwriting into computer code

A Cornell team has created an interface that allows users to handwrite and sketch within computer code, so they don’t have to rely on typing.

Cornell Bowers CIS welcomes new majors to the college

In a welcome event held Oct. 27, Cornell Bowers CIS introduced newly declared students to the range of services and opportunities now available to them, and held a faculty panel to give advice to the new majors.

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Hockey, foraging animals help inform digital communications theory

Professor Aaron Wagner and his former students were recognized with the 2022 IEEE Information Theory Society Paper Award for their research employing feedback to improve coding performance.

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