PhD candidate at FRIB/MSU, studying nuclear symmetry energy and neutron star properties via heavy-ion collisions. But nowadays most of my day-to-day job is just writing code for data analysis and simulations. Machine learning has become a big thing in almost every technical field.
Learn more about me at https://fanurs.github.io/myself
Graduate Research Assistant in the Integrated Pattern Recognition and Biometrics (iPRoBe) Lab. Specialization in Speech Recognition and Natural Language Technologies.
Learn more about me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/morgan-sandler
Professor Dirk Colbry
Lead Faculty Advisor
Dr. Dirk Colbry is the Director of HPC Studies in the newly formed Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering. An alumnus of MSU, Colbry has a Ph.D. in Computer Science and his principle areas of research include machine vision and pattern recognition (specializing in scientific imaging). Dr. Colbry also does research in computational education and high performance computing.
Personal Website https://colbrydi.github.io/
PROFESSOR JIAYU ZHOU
Jiayu Zhou is an associate professor at Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Michigan State University. Before joining MSU, Jiayu was a staff research scientist at Samsung Research America. Jiayu received his Ph.D. degree in computer science at Arizona State University in 2014. Jiayu has a broad research interest in large-scale machine learning and data mining, and biomedical informatics.
PROFESSOR PARISA KORDJAMSHIDI
I am affiliated with IHMC as a research scientist from July 2016. My main research interests are artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, and declarative learning based programming (DeLBP). I am directing the research lab on Heterogeneous Learning and Reasoning (HLR). I have worked on the extraction of formal semantics and structured representations from natural language, with a specific focus on spatial semantics representation and structured output learning models. I o
Personal Website: http://www.cse.msu.edu/~kordjams/