A major focus of the battery community—and Yang's research—is developing high-capacity electrodes.
Dieker is an expert in random processes and computer simulation algorithms, tools that allow researchers to run a model and predict what will happen in the future.
The University has launched an institute to fill the explosive need for the acquisition and analysis of “big data.”
Learn about the fascinating research endeavors each of our faculty members undertakes.
Go behind the scenes at Columbia Nano Initiative’s new Electron Microscopy lab where researchers probe the nature of materials at the nanoscale.
Shepard's group focuses on electronics for biology, more specifically, augmenting integrated circuits to interface with biological systems.
This year's students 3D-printed prototypes and validated their designs with Matlab emulation.
Prof. Simon Billinge is using the world’s newest and brightest synchrotron light source to look inside nanomaterials and learn how nanoparticles evolve.
The Data Science Institute at Columbia University is developing technology to unlock the power of global data to help solve some of society's most challenging problems.