February, 2022 - Prof. Kevin Gimpel is inspired by the relationship between computer science and language.
February, 2022 - The award is presented to an exceptional administrator each fall
February 2022, - PhD candidate Takuma Yoneda hopes to see helpful robots in every home.
November, 2021 - Schaff optimizes robotics from the inside out.
September, 2021 - Hanneke hopes to design more data-efficient machine learning algorithms.
September, 2021 - Bradford was awarded TTIC’s first annual Outstanding Administrator Award in 2020.
August, 2021 - Yunis conducts empirical research to understand deep learning.
July, 2021 - Prof. Sridharan explores questions around machine learning in reactive environments.
July, 2021 - Fifth-year PhD student Andrea Daniele conducts research in robotics.
June, 2021 - Chen is interested in creating NLP models that can understand humans.
June, 2021 - Dr. Angelidakis conducts research in approximation algorithms at TU Eindhoven.
May, 2021 - Woodworth hopes to pursue a career in academia after completing his PhD this Spring.
May, 2021 - Gao conducts research in Natural Language Processing with Prof. Kevin Gimpel.
May, 2021 - Prof. Saranurak continues to conduct research in graph theory and algorithms at University of Michigan.
April, 2021 - 2017 PhD graduate Prof. Hao Tang lectures in speech and language processing at the University of Edinburgh.
April, 2021 - Kolkin conducts research in style transfer, and will be joining Adobe Research next fall.
March, 2021 - Second-year RAP Dr. Brian Bullins explores questions in parallel optimization.
March, 2021 - Fourth-year PhD candidate Ankita Pasad conducts research in speech and language technologies and machine learning.
March, 2021 - First-year RAP Dr. Audrey Sedal hopes to create soft robots with real-life applications.
February, 2021 - Third-year PhD student Freda Shi bridges the gap between linguistics and computer science in her natural language processing research.
January, 2021 - Prof. Greg Shakhnarovich studies computer vision, which is about making computers understand, process, and create visual artifacts.
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