chris wiggins, associate professor @ columbia apam: homepage

chris wiggins

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(347) 878-1256
Columbia University
428 S. W. Mudd Building, MC 4701
500 W. 120th St
New York NY 10027
Rm 428, Mudd, Data Science Institute

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Chris Wiggins is 
  an associate professor of applied mathematics at Columbia University and 
  the Chief Data Scientist at The New York Times. 
At Columbia he is a founding member of the 
  executive committee of the Data Science Institute, and of
  the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics as well as
  the Department of Systems Biology, and is
  affiliated faculty in Statistics. 
He is a co-founder and co-organizer of hackNY (, 
  a nonprofit which since 2010 has organized once a semester student hackathons 
  and the hackNY Fellows Program, a structured summer internship at NYC startups. 
Prior to joining the faculty at Columbia 
  he was a Courant Instructor at NYU (1998-2001) 
  and earned his PhD at Princeton University (1993-1998) in theoretical physics. 
He is currently writing a book on the history and ethics of data 
  with Professor Matt Jones (Columbia) 
  forthcoming from W. W. Norton & Company in 2021.
He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society 
  and is a recipient of Columbia's Avanessians Diversity Award.