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Machine Learning and Data Intensive Computing (Mining)

The Mining Lab aims to build statistical learning models to tackle hard data analytics problems in knowledge-rich domain (e.g., medicine and bioinformatics).

Two central research themes: 
- Developing interpretable machine learning models that analyze large-scale multimodal dynamic data with limited supervised information 
- Keeping humans in the loop for interactive and continuous model improvement.

News

  • 1/30/2021

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    AISTATS 2021 Acceptance

    Two papers have been accepted by the 24th International Conference on
    Artificial Intelligence and Statistics (AISTATS 2021). 

  • December 2020

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    AAAI 2021 Acceptance

    The paper "A Continual Learning Framework for Uncertainty-Aware Interactive Image Segmentation" has been accepted by AAAI 2021. 

  • September 2020

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    NeurIPS 2020 Acceptance

    Two papers have been accepted by the Thirty-forth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2020).

  • August 2020

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    Mining Lab Welcomes New Members

    The Mining Lab welcomes three new PhD students joining the lab starting from fall 2020.

Research

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Utilizing synergy between human and computer information processing for complex visual information organization and use

NSF IIS Award (~$500K, July 2018- June 2021)

Machine Learning Data Model

A Multimodal Dynamic Bayesian Learning Framework for Complex Decision-making

DoD/ONR (~$1.6M, October 2018- September 2022)

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The Mining lab has multiple PhD and Postdoc positions in the general areas of machine learning and data mining.

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