I show researchers the stories in their numbers.
Python and R developer for machine learning and graph mining.
I am a second-year Ph.D. student in computer science (CS) at Johns Hopkins University, affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing. I am advised by David Yarowsky, with whom I work on low-resource machine translation. My research interests are computational linguistics, morphology, and network science.
I completed my M.S. in CS, as well as a B.S. in CS and math, in my four years at SMU. I was a President's Scholar, SMU's highest academic scholarship. My thesis advisor was David Matula. My research with him involves applications of the hierarchical Maximum Concurrent Flow Problem for stable, mathematically motivated hierarchical clustering. I conducted additional work in ubiquitous computing, computational neuroscience, security, optics, and high-energy particle physics.
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