In a way, alumnus Brandon Sim’s decision to pursue a master’s degree in Computational Science and Engineering was written in the stars. Sim, who earned an undergraduate degree from Harvard in statistics and physics, enrolled in the master’s program, offered by the Institute of Applied Computational Science (IACS) at the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), after working on independent astronomy research projects alongside Pavlos Protopapas, IACS Scientific Program Director. By using machine learning... Read more about CSE Alumni Spotlight: Brandon Sim, A.B./S.M. ’15 | Harvard SEAS
At Amazon Marketing Services, Andrew Petschek, A.B. ’12, S.M. ’16, is part of a team that offers advertising solutions to help Amazon vendors reach new customers and drive sales at Amazon.com. Petschek, who serves as Senior Marketing Program Manager, oversees the development of tools and analytics that support Amazon’s internal marketing teams, which include elements like automation and prediction modeling using historical datasets.
The dilemma: you haul your beautiful new coffee table up three flights of stairs into the living room of your apartment, only to realize it just doesn’t fit in with the rest of your furniture.
Alumna Rebecca Perry, software engineer at Wayfair, works on a team that is developing computer vision tools to help customers avoid such quandaries. The augmented reality app that the “Wayfair Next” team recently completed enables users to place a virtual, three-dimensional furniture item in a room, to see how it looks from all sides...
Harvard will offer a Master of Science (SM) degree in Data Science beginning in fall of 2018. The new degree, under the joint academic leadership of the faculties of Computer Science in the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), and of Statistics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), will train students in the rapidly growing field of data science.
Prospective students will apply to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for admission to the program, which will be administered through the Institute for Applied Computational...
With its 28-mile-long azure lake, framed by the snow-capped Alps, the picturesque city of Como, Italy, is a popular vacation destination for entertainment royalty, including George Clooney, Madonna, and Sting.
Paparazzi keep track of these famous visitors, but how can municipal officials monitor the way the other 1 million tourists who visit Como each year travel among the districts and attractions in this medieval city?
To help Como’s tourism office answer that question, a team of students in Computational Science and Engineering Capstone Project (...
Getting around Boston can be tricky. For many people, hopping onto one of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) buses that crisscross the metro area is often the easiest way to get from point A to point B. For the MBTA, effectively forecasting revenue is not quite so simple.