Thursday, Aug 15, 2019

Princeton University is building a community of data scientists to work in partnership with its world-renowned faculty and students to help solve data-driven research problems.

Monday, Jan 13, 2020
by Sharon Adarlo
Massive telescopes, both here on Earth and orbiting in space, have been a boon to humanity’s understanding of the cosmos. They reveal the nature of countless galaxies in the night sky, various types of stars, thousands of exoplanets and clues to unanswered questions about the Big Bang.
Thursday, Jan 9, 2020
by Sharon Adarlo

From initiatives to increase the use of data science on campus to significant educational milestones, the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) at Princeton University has seen a year of exciting growth in 2019. CSML saw the first cohort of students earning graduate certificates from the center.

Monday, Jan 6, 2020
With the support of a gift from Microsoft Corporation, the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) is pleased to announce a call for proposals for Azure cloud computing grants. The grants can support computational and data intensive research across a variety of domain areas, e.g. health and biomedical, life sciences, social sciences,...
Friday, Jan 3, 2020
by Sharon Adarlo
Thursday, Dec 19, 2019
by Bennett McIntosh
If a biologist wants to look at something small, she could squint, or pick up a microscope to shape the light entering her eyes. Even the best microscopes are limited by the wavelength of the waves passing through them: for visible light, this limit sits at a few hundred-thousandths of a centimeter. For smaller objects still—including the viruses...
Monday, Dec 16, 2019
by Sharon Adarlo

David Ribar, 27, doctoral student

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Wednesday, Dec 4, 2019
by Sharon Adarlo

SML 310 – Research Projects in Data Science - is now accepting applications for the spring.

Daisy Huang, a lecturer at the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning, will be teaching the course. 

Monday, Dec 2, 2019
by Sharon Adarlo

The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) is offering a new course for the spring, SML 515 - Statistical Data Analysis.

Peter Melchior, an assistant professor jointly appointed to the astrophysical sciences department and CSML, will be teaching the course. The class is open to graduate students and seniors, who will need to...

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