Computational Learning Theory
Computational learning theory is an investigation of theoretical aspects of machine learning, of what can and cannot be learned from data. In particular we are interested in the computational efficiency and limitations of learning from large (and small) amounts of data as well as in understanding the theoretical underpinnings of using unlabeled data. Computational learning theory is a multidisciplinary area bringing together techniques and approaches of computer science, statistics and applied mathematics.
Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Adjunct Faculty, Computer Science and Engineering