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Prof. Raffi Khatchadourian received Distinguished Reviewer Award at SCAM 2021
Dist. prof. Sos Agaian received a 3 years grant and was awarded a US patent
Proposal Title: TRAFFIC INCIDENT DETECTION AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM (TIDAS).
Source of Support: Federal Highway Administration (BAA NO.: No. 693JJ3-20-BAA-0001).
Request Amount: $978,218.22.
Project Period: 09/01/2020-05/31/2023.
Location of Project: College of Staten Island (with PI. K. Panetta, Tuft University).
US Patent 10,785,545, R.Metzler, S. Agaian, Systems and methods for simultaneous compression and encryption.
Results of the student poster competition 2020
Two Student Poster Competition Winners of 2020 were announced. Congratulations to Bilal AbdulRahman and Steven Alsheimer!
Dist. Prof. Yingli Tian is named a Fellow of the IAPR
Congratulations to prof. Yingli Tian!
Prof. Rosario Gennaro is named 2020 IACR Fellow
For essential contributions, including to threshold cryptography, delegated computation, and lower bounds, and for service to the
Prof. Raffi Khatchadourian et al. received EAPLS best paper award at FASE 2020
Kei Nemoto's software won 2nd prize at Lumiata COVID-19 Global AI Hackathon
Kei Nemoto developed a software that helps searching for COVID-19 Scholarly articles. More details and all 120 submissions can be found
Prof. Susan L. Epstein has been nominated to be on AAAI's executive council
Prof. Lev Manovich published a book, entitled, "Cultural Analytics"
"Cultural Analytics" published by "The MIT Press" is a book at the intersection of data science and media studies, presenting concepts and methods for computational analysis of cultural data.
The book is available on
Prof. Raffi Khatchadourian Received JSPS BRIDGE Fellowship
Prof. Saptarshi Debroy received a career award from National Science Foundation
More details on NSF
Dist. Prof. Sos Agaian co-chaired the conference “Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems XVIII”
Distinguished Professor in Computer Science Sos Agaian co-chaired the conference “Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems XVIII”. It was held at San Francisco from 26th to 30th of January. He also chaired several Sessions including “Scene Understanding,” “Image and Video Processing,” and “Medical Image Processing.” He also delivered
1. Several collaborative talks
2. A short course on “Imaging Applications of Artificial Intelligence.
Download article about Dr. Sos Agaian
Prof. Yingli Tian is promoted to Distinguished Professor at City College of New York
Congratulations to Yingli!
Hannah Aizenman and Michael Grossberg were awarded a 52K grant for Matplotlib Development
Hannah Aizenman and Michael Grossberg were awarded a $52,000 grant for Matplotlib Development. The grant is part of a $250,000 award from Chan Zukerberg to the Matplotlib Development team.
Yingli Tian won FG’19 Test of Time Award
The paper entitled “Comprehensive Database for Facial Expression Analysis” (FG2000) with authors Takeo Kanade, Jeffrey F. Cohn, & Yingli Tian received the FG’19 Test of Time Award
Neng-Fa Zhou won top prizes in the 2019 XCSP solver competition
PicatSAT developed by Neng-Fa Zhou won top prizes in the 2019 XCSP solver competition.
Results of the student poster competition announced
Two Student Poster Competition Winners of 2019 were announced at the September 20th back-to-school event.
Anita Raja is named as one of the "Notable Women in Tech" in the Greater New York City area
in Crain's New York Business.
Anita Raja is awarded 4 year NIH/NLM R01 grant
Anita Raja is awarded 4 year NIH/NLM R01
titled “SCH: Prediction of preterm birth in nulliparous women” with Columbia University and Columbia University Medical Center PIs.
Neng-Fa Zhou won the online track of the ICLP'19 Programming Contest
Neng-Fa Zhou won the online track of the ICLP'19 Programming Contest.
Raffi Khatchadourian et al. received best paper award at IEEE SCAM 2018
Raffi Khatchadourian, Yiming Tang, Mehdi Beherdezeh, and Syed Ahmed are honored to receive the best paper award at the 2018 IEEE International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Transformation (SCAM ’18) for our paper entitled, “A Tool for Optimizing Java 8 Stream Software via Automated Refactoring”.