During a ceremony on June 19, 2019, the Simons Foundation’s Flatiron Institute dedicated its auditorium after Duke mathematician and physicist Ingrid Daubechies.
it’s going to be a busy summer for the more than 80 students participating in Duke’s summer research program, Data+.
Guillermo Sapiro's paper laying the foundations of modern machine learning earns a "Test of Time" award 10 years after its publication.
Nathan Liang, an undergraduate studying psychology and neuroscience, talks about his participation in a Data+ 2018 project that explored portrayals of women in media.
Luke Farrell, a senior majoring in computer science and neuroscience, reflects on his experience with the Bass Connections project team Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America.
Professor Maurizio Forte shared a video created by a drone — built by our Bass students and coordinated by Professor Michael Zavlanos — that shows an example of 3D automatic mapping of indoor and outdoor environments. The drone is part of Dr. Forte's work in cyberarchaeology technologies.
Two Duke students, Luke Farrell and Jake Shulman, got to see their research take center stage in the United States Supreme Court. The two seniors were part of a Bass Connections team whose research on the mathematics behind drawing districts was cited in the case's oral arguments and documents.
Algorithms created by Duke's Jonathan Mattingly and his team are the principal evidence in NC partisan gerrymandering case before the Supreme Court March 26.
Judges for Duke's first +DataScience AI for Art Competition looked for pieces that were both pleasing and technically competent.
The success of the Data+ program over the last few years has inspired other initiatives and departments at Duke to start their own “+” programs, providing students the opportunity to delve more deeply into research topics in their disciplines and with other disciplines in the university.