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Monthly Archives: April 2009

Weather Aware Sampling and Comparison of Climate Data: An Alternative Way to Better Climate Prediction

Weather Aware Sampling and Comparison of Climate Data: An Alternative Way to Better Climate Prediction speakers: Mike Bauer (NASA GISS, NASA Postdoctoral Fellow), george tselioudis, bill rows, climate research host: Claire Monteleoni, CCLS, CCLS Conference Room, Suite 850, 475 Riverside Dr. abstract: Climate researchers such as myself often face a flurry of questions from friends, […]

Starting and Managing a Software Company

paradigm shift in software development speaker: Eric Lazarus abstract Paradigm Shift Software Development (PSSD) is designed to integrate well into the popular software development methodologies such as RUP and Agile and augment them in areas that they are often silent. If you plan to lead a small or large technology intuitive, from building a cool […]

an idea for saving (or adapting) print media

If you're reading this, you're part of the "problem" - well, kind of. The problem here is that traditional media outlets like print newspapers, cable news programs, and other "captive audience" forms of media publications are suffering because the accessibility of information has changed. In recent public spats between Google and The New York Times […]

Eliminating the Need for a 4th NYC Area Airport with Collaborative Communications Technology

Eliminating the Need for a 4th NYC Area Airport with Collaborative Communications Technology Speaker: Ted Willke Abstract – Presently, aircraft separation and runway usage are controlled manually, primarily through voice communications between Air Traffic Control and pilots. With existing procedures, the air system is suffering from limited runway capacity and airports, such as John F. […]

sharing seminars and notes

Recently, the number of technical posts has been a little low, but I have continued to attend the many interesting talks and seminars available at Columbia. Sharing educational materials for others who are curious or are genuinely unable to access these talks in person (i.e. international scholars) seems to be a growing trend demonstrated by […]