Wednesday, Aug 11, 2021
Since our last newsletter, the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning has been a hive of activity and growth, despite a pandemic hampering many in-person engagements. We marked the end of the spring semester with our annual poster session and were pleased to celebrate the accomplishments of 100 undergraduates and 16 graduate students earning...
Wednesday, Aug 4, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
Ten new interdisciplinary research projects have won funding from Princeton University’s Schmidt DataX Fund, with the goal of spreading and deepening the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning across campus in order to accelerate discovery. The 10 faculty projects, supported through a major gift from Schmidt Futures, involve 19...
Monday, Jul 26, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
In his independent project for the CSML certificate, Alan Ding decided to look into the deeply polarizing COVID-19 discourse on Twitter. He wanted to analyze any trends and see if it was possible to ameliorate polarization on the social media platform.
Wednesday, Jul 21, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
Francisco Carrillo’s main research focus is on computational fluid dynamics, specifically flow of fluid material through a deformable porous medium such as fine-grained soils and sedimentary rocks.
Thursday, Jul 15, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo

Timothy D. Kim, 28, doctoral student


Wednesday, Jul 7, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
In the summer after her freshman year, Roshini Balasubramanian interned at Children’s National Health System, a non-profit pediatric healthcare provider, through Princeton Internships in Civic Service. It was during this internship where she witnessed firsthand the transformational power of big data in healthcare. Healthcare practitioners were...
Friday, Jul 2, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
Anthony Cilluffo tackled a thorny and hot button subject for his research project: police misconduct. “Police departments are grappling with how to respond to public demands for accountability and reform. One way to improve policing is to provide targeted training to officers most likely to commit actions that breach the public’s trust in police...
Friday, Jun 25, 2021

Data-driven public policy depends on data. And, in the area of technology policy, access to data has been a significant barrier to research. Concerned about how online services might intrude on privacy, push hyper-partisan misinformation, or disadvantage their competitors? Those services aren’t sharing the relevant data with researchers.

Monday, Jun 21, 2021
Olga Russakovsky, an assistant professor of computer science is a forward-thinking expert in computer vision systems. In this video short in the “Forward Thinkers” series, Russokovsky acknowledges the amazing breakthroughs in computer vision that have powered important applications in areas such as disaster relief, autonomous transportation, or...
Monday, Jun 14, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo

Three students received special recognition this year for their research presented at the annual Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) undergraduate research poster session: Kavya Chaturvedi ’21, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, Byron Chin ’21, Depar