2016 New Computer Science Faculty Members

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Kai-Wei Chang
PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Post Doc, Microsoft Research, New England
Kai-Wei Chang
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Research Interests: Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Data Mining.
WEBSITE
E-mail: kwchang@virginia.edu
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Quanquan Gu
PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Post Doc, Princeton University

Quanquan Gu

Assistant Professor, Systems and Information Engineering, &
Computer Science

Research Interests: Machine Learning, High-dimensional Statistical Inference, Data Mining, Optimization
WEBSITE

E-mail: qg5w@virginia.edu

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Ahmed Ibrahim
PhD, University of Kentucky

Ahmed Ibrahim

Lecturer, Computer Science
E-mail: ai4z@virginia.edu

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Vicente Ordonez-Roman
PhD, University of North Carolina; Post Doc, The Allen Institute for AI

Vicente Ordonez-Roman

Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Research Interests: Computer Vision and Natural Language Understanding.

WEBSITE

E-mail: vicente@cs.virginia.edu

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Upsorn Praphamontripong

PhD, George Mason University

Upsorn Praphamontripong

Lecturer, Computer Science

E-mail: up3f@virginia.edu

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Charles Reiss

PhD, University of California, Berkeley

Charles Reiss

Lecturer, Computer Science

E-mail: cr4bd@virginia.edu

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Haiying Shen
PhD, Wayne State University

Haiying Shen

Associate Professor, Computer Science,
Systems and Information Engineering, &
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests: Cloud computing and datacenters, Big data, Cyber-physical systems, Distributed systems, Mobile computing, High performance computing, and Social networks.

WEBSITE

2017 New Computer Science Faculty Members

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Lu Feng
PhD, Computer Science
University of Oxford; Post Doc, University of Pennsylvania

Lu Feng

Assistant Professor, Computer Science &
Systems and Information Engineering

Research Interests: Safety, security and reliability of Cyber Physical Systems, drawing on Machine Learning and Formal Methods, with applications in Healthcare and Robotics.

WEBSITE

E-MAIL

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Madhur Behl
PhD, Electrical Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania

Madhur Behl (August 2017)

Assistant Professor, Computer Science &
Systems and Information Engineering

Research Interests: My research develops the foundations of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). This involves finding analytical and practical solutions to problems of modeling, control, simulation, operation, and implementation of CPS.

In particular, I’m interested in solutions for data-driven cyber-physical systems. This work is at the confluence of machine learning, control systems, embedded systems, optimization, and statistics.

Applications span from energy-efficient buildings, demand response, and smart cities; to industrial automation, advanced manufacturing, autonomous vehicles, internet of things, medical devices, and model-based clinical trials.

WEBSITE

E-mail: madhur.behl@virginia.edu

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Brad Campbell
PhD candidate, University Michigan Computer Science

Brad Campbell (August 2017)

Assistant Professor, Computer Science &
Systems and Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests: My research focuses on low power hardware, wireless sensor networks, and building applications on top of the devices. Recently I’ve been looking into energy-harvesting power supplies, and their effects on hardware platforms, software stacks, and sensor networks.

WEBSITE

E-mail: bradjc@umich.edu

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