Cynthia Rudin becomes second recipient of AAAI Squirrel AI Award for pioneering socially responsible AI.
The mathematician Ingrid Daubechies’ pioneering work in signal processing helped make our electronic world possible — and beat a path for women in the field.
Look on the Graduate School website, and you will find more than 260 pages of program-specific statistics and infographics on admissions, enrollment, degree completion, and alumni career paths.
Yet that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Much more data still sit in spreadsheets, their insights shrouded by dense rows and columns.
Quantitatively and qualitatively, Data+ and its affiliated programs are big hits. How did a summertime data research effort become the toast of campus and potentially a new model for undergraduate experiential education?
Omer Ali, Ph.D., a postdoctoral associate with The Samuel Dubois Cook Center on Social Equity, is leading undergraduates Nicholas Datto and Pei Yi Zhuo in exploring the connection between persistent wealth disparities across racial lines through housing.
2021 Plus Program Information Fair Showcases Summer Projects in Data Science, Coding, and Computer ScienceMonday, February 8 2021
On Friday January 29, hundreds of undergraduate students from around the world signed into Zoom to explore the wide array of summer projects offered by Data+, Code+, and CS+ this summer.
Amanda Randles, the Alfred Winborne and Victoria Stover Mordecai Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Duke University, has been named a 2020 Young Innovator of Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering. She was one of 12 faculty selected to present their research in a special issue of the Nature journal Cellular and Molecular Engineering.
Robert Calderbank, director of the Rhodes Information Initiative at Duke, and Vahid Tarokh will lead a national initiative to develop AI-informed communication and networking protocols fast and reliable enough to handle Air Force requirements
Mathemalchemy, a “Collaborative sculptural art installation using textile and other media to illustrate mathematical creativity” is the brainchild of Duke Mathematics professor Ingrid Daubechies and Dominique Ehrmann, a Canadian fiber artist specializing in unusual quilting techniques that involve kinetics, transparency, light, and other elements.
Kim Bourne, Ph.D. student in Civil & Environmental Engineering, discusses what she learned while managing teams of undergraduates on the Data-driven Approaches to Illuminate the Responses of Lakes to Multiple Stressors project team.