Project Scientist with Carlos Guestrin
Website: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~bickson/I am interested in bridging machine learning and parallel/distributed computing domains, typically by borrowing ML algorithms, distributing them and applying them to real large scale problems.
Project Scientist with Tom Mitchell
My interest is in understanding the fine grain of how language is processed in the mind. I apply machine learning methods to derive models of language from the bottom up, based on large scale corpora, and on EEG, MEG and fMRI recordings of speakers' brain activity.
PostDoc with Tom Mitchell
I am interested in information extraction, natural language processing and large-scale database storage systems. My recent work has been on relation discovery and semantic analysis of named entities.
PostDoc with Ziv Bar-Joseph
I am interested in developing algorithms to solve problems that are inspired by biology.
I enjoy learning about network theory and evolution, graph clustering and compression,and otherwise cool optimization techniques
PostDoc with Tom Mitchell
Website: http://talukdar.net/I am broadly interested in machine learning, natural language processing, and data integration. My recent research has focused on graph-based learning algorithms for large-scale information extraction and data integration.
Project Scientist with Eric Xing
Website: http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~chongw/I am interested in probabilistic graphical models and approximate inference algorithms, nonparametric Bayesian statistics topic modeling, information retrieval and recommender systems.
PostDoc with Eric Xing
I am interested in Bayesian inference for machine learning. In particular, I am interested in nonparamteric Bayesian methods, and am working on new non-parametric priors for latent variable models. I have worked on applications including text modeling, recommender systems and survival analysis.
PostDoc with Carlos Guestrin
Website: http://www.yisongyue.com/My research interests lie in structured prediction, information retrieval, and online algorithms. I am primarily interested in designing new methods for analyzing and accessing information, as well as understanding how users interact with and derive utility from information systems.
Visiting Scholar with Eric Xing
Website: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~pengtaox/My research interests lie in developing machine learning algorithms for large scale vision and text mining problems. Currently, I am working on web scale image understanding using parallel machine learning algorithms.