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Suresh Naidu

Assistant Professor
Economics
sn2430@columbia.edu

Suresh Naidu received a B.A. in Math from the University of Waterloo, received a M.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. He is interested in applications of computational linguistics to problems in economic history and political economy. A vast array of digitized historical documents, as old as the printed word, have become available through large-...

Emi Nakamura

Associate Professor
enakamura@columbia.edu

My research focuses on empirical macroeconomics, using a combination of micro and macro data and a combination of theory and empirical methods. My work has centered on 1) microeconomic pricing behavior and its implications for questions in macroeconomics and international economics, 2) the macroeconomic effects of government spending—i.e., fiscal stimulus, and 3) the implications of macroeconomic disasters and long‐...

Gary J. Natriello

Ruth L. Gottesman Professor
gjn6@columbia.edu

Gary Natriello is the Gottesman Professor of Educational Research and Professor of Sociology and Education in the Department of Human Development at Teachers College, Columbia University. Natriello teaches graduate courses in the social organization of schools and classrooms, the social dimensions of assessment processes, the sociology of online learning, and research methods. He is the Director of the Teachers...

Shree K. Nayar

T.C. Chang Professor
nayar@cs.columbia.edu

Shree K. Nayar is the T. C. Chang Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University. He heads the Columbia Computer Vision Laboratory (CAVE). His research is focused on three areas; the creation of novel cameras, the design of physics based models for vision, and the development of algorithms for scene understanding. His work is motivated by applications in the fields of digital imaging, computer graphics, and...

Anne Nelson

Adjunct Associate Professor
an115@columbia.edu

Anne Nelson currently holds a faculty advisory position for the School of International and Public Affairs New Media Task Force. She has taught New Media and Development Communication for the past six years at SIPA. Nelson specializes in the area of international media development and has worked extensively as an analyst, evaluator, and practitioner in the field. She has taught at Columbia University since 1995,...

Oded Netzer

Associate Professor
on2110@columbia.edu

Professor Netzer's research interests focus on customer relationships, preference measurement, and modeling various aspects of choice behavior, including how choices change over time, contexts, and consumers. He is the winner of the John Little best paper awards and the Frank Bass outstanding dissertation award. His research has appeared in the Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, Marketing Letters, and...

Serena Ng

Professor
serena.ng@columbia.edu

Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Time Series, Econometrics Publications Working Papers and CodesPositions Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University Master of Arts, Princeton University Bachelor of Arts,University of Western Ontario Professor Columbia University 2008- Professor University of Michigan, 2003-2007 Associate Professor Johns Hopkins University, 2001-2003 Associate Professor, Boston College, 1996-2001...

Jason Nieh

Associate Professor
nieh@columbia.edu

Jason Nieh is an associate professor of Computer Science and Co-Director of the Software Systems Laboratory at Columbia University. He has served as a consultant to both government and industry, including as the technical advisor to nine States on the Microsoft Antitrust Settlement, and as an expert witness before the US International Trade Commission. He is currently Chief Scientist of Cellrox. Professor Nieh has...

Steven M. Nowick

Professor
Professor
nowick@cs.columbia.edu

STEVEN M. NOWICK is a Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Columbia University, and former chair and co-founder of the Computer Engineering Program. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1993, and a B.A. from Yale University. His main research area is on design methodologies and CAD tools for synthesis and optimization of asynchronous and mixed-timing (i.e. GALS...

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