I am a graduate of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Ohio State University. My interests lie in the area of Artificial Intelligence, particularly as it applies to Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) and Natural Language Processing (NLP). My PhD dissertation work was on discriminative models for ASR in the OSU SLATE lab.
Currently I am a member of the Clinical Faculty for the Computer Science and Engineering department of the Ohio State University. Students who are looking for me will probably find me in my office in 299 Dreese Labs.
Here is a copy of my current CV.
CSE 3521 students who cannot access the course site on Carmen and are looking for the first homework assignment should look here.
CSE 3241 students who cannot access the course site on Carmen and are looking for the first set of lecture notes should look here.
Here is my public calendar (shared from Google). If you would like to make an appointment, please check here first.