The scientists are affiliated with the Data Science Institute and will develop static analysis methods that will enhance the usability and accuracy of probabilistic programming.
The researchers received a $2.06M PERFORM grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.
Research by Talley found that rather than transcending political divides, constitutional arguments in the U.S. Congress tend to magnify the divides between Republicans and Democrats.
Work by Krstovski, an associate research scientist at the Data Science Institute and adjunct assistant professor at Columbia Business School, helps people mine large quantities of text data to solve research questions.
Paulo Blikstein is an expert in educational technology and learning analytics; his team conducts research on how new technologies can improve K-12 learning in science, technology, engineering, and math.