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Ali Javadi Abhari

Non-degree Visiting Student (Chong)


Yali Amit

Professor,
Departments of Computer Science and Statistics
Senior Fellow,
Computation Institute

Research Interests: Computer Vision, Image Analysis and Speech Recognition

Research

Computer vision, image analysis and speech recognition: Object detection, recognition and model registration algorithms in digital images and acoustic data using hierarchies of templates. Applications to optical character recognition, zip code reading, face detection and recognition, automatic anatomy identification in medical images, detection and recognition of acoustic signals. Computational efficiency is emphasized. Statistical modeling and analysis of the data for understanding the performance of the algorithms. Parallel and biologically plausible neural architectures for implementing these algorithms involving interactions with research on biological visual and acoustic pattern recognition.


László Babai

George and Elizabeth Yovovich Professor,
Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics

Research Interests: Theory, Discrete Mathematics

Research

I work in the fields of theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics; more specifically in computational complexity theory, algorithms, combinatorics, and finite groups, with an emphasis on the interactions between these fields. Asymptotic questions and probabilistic methods are common features in my work in each of these areas. The introduction of Las Vegas algorithms, interactive proofs, holographic proofs (proofs verifiable by spotchecks) are among the conceptual highlights. A recent example: methods of the complexity theories of Boolean circuits and branching programs have been brought to bear on the analysis of a popular random sampling technique in computational group theory.


Jonathan Baker

PhD Student


Bruno Barbarioli

PhD Student


Timothy Black


Josh Blackwood

Student Affairs Representative
Masters Program in Computer Science

Education

  • B.S. Indiana University 2012

David Cash

Associate Professor,
Department of Computer Science

Research Interests: Applied and Theoretical Cryptography, Computer Security, Theoretical Computer Science

Research Interests

 Applied and Theoretical Cryptography, Computer Security, Theoretical Computer Science


Amitabh Chaudhary

Associate Clinical Professor
Masters Program in Computer Science


Andrew A. Chien

William Eckhardt Dist. Svc. Professor, Computer Science
Director, CERES Ctr for Unstoppable Computing
Senior Computer Scientist, Argonne
Editor in Chief, Communications of the ACM

Research Interests: Systems

Research

Applications, system software, networking, and architecture. Current focus on datacenter and Exascale system architecture, programming, and resilience; Data-intensive computing tools that are easy to use; embedded and mobile computing, user-interaction, and sensor arrays.

Personal Homepage

achien.cs.uchicago.edu/

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Frederic Chong

Seymour Goodman Professor,
Department of Computer Science

Research Interests: Systems, Computer Architecture, Emerging Technologies for Computing, Multicore and Embedded Architectures, Computer Security, and Sustainable Computing


Nicholas Collins

PhD Student


Karin Czaplewski

Student Support Representative
Masters Program in Computer Science


Summer Deng

Non-degree Visiting Student (Chong)


Casey Duckering

PhD Student


Todd Dupont

Professor,
Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics and the
James Franck Institute
Senior Fellow, Computation Institute


Research Interests: Scientific Computing

Research

My research deals with the analysis, evaluation and construction of numerical methods to approximate the solutions of partial differential equations (PDEs).The question of how to make effective use of computers with multiple processing units is one that is being investigated in several ways. I have recently produced several schemes that involve decomposing the computational domain into subregions and organizing the computation so that the work on each of these subdomains can be done almost independently of the others. This work was for parabolic PDEs and I am studying its extension. 


Francesca Falzon

PhD Student


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