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Kim Kreiss wants to use data analysis to help inform public policy
July 19, 2024
Written by Allison Gasparini

By the time she arrived at Princeton to start her MPA, Kim Kreiss was already prepared to begin an SML certificate to compliment her degree. “Before I got to campus, the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning was definitely on my radar,” said Kreiss.

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
Nov. 15, 2023

The Princeton Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) invites applications for DataX Postdoctoral Fellowships.

The DataX Postdoctoral Fellowships are intended for early-career scientists with a research interest in data science, statistics, and machine learning. As an associate, you will join the research group of a current…


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Michael Skinnider wins 'Young Explorer Award' grand prize

Michael Skinnider, an assistant professor in the Princeton Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics and participating faculty at the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning Princeton, received the 2023 NOMIS & Science Young Explorer Award grand prize at a ceremony at…

CSML participating faculty receive innovation funds from Princeton Engineering

In 2018, Olga Russakovsky, an associate professor of computer science, received an Innovation Research Grant from the School of Engineering and Applied Science. With her colleague, computer science professor Arvind Narayanan, the funding allowed Russakovsky and her team to develop an open-source tool that uncovers biases in visual data sets, as…

SML certificate student among Princeton graduates honored for excellence in teaching

Jamie Chiu, a second-year Ph.D. student in psychology and certificate student in the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning, was recognized for her work as a preceptor in “From Animal Learning to Changing People’s Minds,” taught by Yael Niv, professor of psychology and neuroscience. 

Alumni spotlight: Shea Minter applies machine learning methods to understand political extremism

Now a Ph.D. candidate in the Government Department at Georgetown University, Minter, class of 2019, is using statistical methods to study right wing extremism – their political behavior and interaction with democracy. 

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