Data scientist Michael Guerzhoy will join Princeton University’s Center for Statistics and Machine Learning as a lecturer, effective September 1.
When Ryan P. Adams looks at the ever evolving landscape of machine learning, statistics, and data science, the Princeton University computer science professor gets excited about how tools from the field can potentially provide unconventional, insightful solutions for complex problems, from developing new medications to creating new sources of...
Alex Gottlieb, 22, Class of 2018:
Studies: Alex Gottlieb earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at the Department of Politics with two certificates: the Centers’ Undergraduate Certificate in Statistics and Machine Learning and the Certificate Program in Applications of Computing from the Department of Computer Science.
Chase Hommeyer, 22, Class of 2019:
Studies: Hommeyer is on track to earn a bachelor’s degree in sociology and is enrolled in the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning’s (CSML) Undergraduate Certificate in Statistics and Machine Learning and the Certificate of Proficiency in Theater. She has been taking courses at CSML since her...
Lydia Liu `17, an operations research and financial engineering major who also earned the Center’s certificate in statistics and machine learning, was awarded a best paper award, and gave an oral presentation of her work to a packed crowd, at this year’s International Conference on Machine Learning in Stockholm, Sweden.
Ryan P. Adams, professor of computer science at Princeton University, has been appointed the director of the Undergraduate Certificate Program in Statistics and Machine Learning at the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning, effective July 1.
Rohan Rao, 20, Class of 2020:
Sixty Princeton University students showcased a wide range of research last month at the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning’s year-end poster session. At the May 11th event, 48 seniors and 12 juniors from 11 departments across campus presented posters describing their independent research.
For Tyler Simko, politics is more than just a major: It is a means of effecting change in his community.
For 26 years until 2009, Sri Lanka was embroiled in a devastating civil war that ravaged the landscape, ruined the economy, and left an estimated 100,000 people dead. Princeton University student Sridutt Nimmagadda ’18 learned about the conflict after watching a British documentary about it several years ago and was shocked by atrocities that...