This summer, three Duke undergraduate students in the Data+ summer research program built a computer program to find reused stories.
Duke students in the summer research program Data+ have created a time-lapse map of the more than 200,000 evictions filed in Durham County since 2000.
Data+/Code+/Computer Science Summer Research Poster Session: August 2, 2019 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Duke Energy Hub 1st Floor, Gross Hall
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.