FSU CS Research coming out of BigLab! supervised by Dr. Gubanov “Simplifying Access to Large-scale Structured Datasets by Meta-Profiling with Scalable Training Set Enrichment” will be presented at ACM SIGMOD, a flagship Data Management conference, held in Philadelphia June 12-17, 2022. Sophie Pavia won a prestigious ACM SIGMOD Student Travel award that would help partially cover the travel expenses.
Dr. Shayok Chakraborty has received the prestigious NSF CAREER award for his project titled “Active Learning in the Real World”. The goal of this project is to develop novel active learning algorithms to reduce human annotation effort in inducing a machine learning model, under a variety of challenging, real-world constraints. The grant will also support several educational activities for middle and high school students, and help to develop a course on weakly supervised machine learning for senior undergraduate and graduate students.
Ph.D. CS Student Esteban Parra Rodriguez Receives Best Paper Award…read more
Wendy Slattery (FSU Online CS Student) Won Best Overall at the FSU PC Student Research Symposium..read more