Ayasdi, a data analysis company co-founded by Gurjeet Singh M.S. ’05 Ph.D. ’07 P.D. ’09, Harlan Sexton Ph.D. ’81 and Professor of Mathematics Gunnar Carlsson Ph.D. ’76, has pioneered a new program to help consumers visualize and digest complex data such as sports statistics and genetic maps.
The U.S. Census Bureau reported that Silicon Valley had the second highest concentration of wealthy households in a metropolitan area from 2007 to 2011
Investigators from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights have found that a Palo Alto middle school mishandled a bullying case in which a disabled student was chronically victimized by classmates.
The Palo Alto City Council elected Councilman Greg Scharff as mayor of Palo Alto for the upcoming year on Jan. 7. The nine-member council selected Scharff, who has served on the council since 2010 and as outgoing Mayor Yiaway Yeh’s vice mayor during 2012, in a unanimous vote.
Palo Alto officials are looking into radical solutions to the downtown parking shortage, going so far as suspending rules that have allowed monetary fees to substitute off-street parking requireemnts for developers since the mid-1980s.
After dinner in Palo Alto, one has two options for nightlife: beer or frozen yogurt. But tucked behind floor-to-ceiling windows, chef cases of the sweetest treats await those willing to search.
The project, which will be voted upon at the Nov. 5 meeting, has received funding from John Arrillaga ’92 MBA ’98 and will house TheatreWorks, the third-largest theater company in the Bay Area.