Atlanta, GA 30308
I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where I am a program faculty of Machine Learning, Bioinformatics, and Bioengineering PhD programs. I also have affiliations with the Institute for Data Engineering and Science (IDEAS) and the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience. Before joining Georgia Tech, I was a postdoc at Stanford and UC Berkeley and I did my PhD at Rice University.
I am interested in Machine Learning, Signal Processing, Deep Learning, and Computational Biology. My research goal is to advance how machines can learn, predict, and adapt at scale to solve problems in and inspired by emerging technologies and sciences, from biology to chemistry and physics. We draw from and contribute to core areas in math, stat, and computer sciences such as optimization, harmonic analysis, hashing/sketching/streaming, and high-dimensional statistics. Our current research focuses are:
- ML/AI for Science: generative & geometric modeling for sciences
- Core ML/AI: explainability & robustness in combinatorial spaces
- Scalable ML/AI: learning and inference in massive scales
Applicants (Undergrad/MS/PhD): If you have a solid foundation in mathemathics and statistics, are proficient in programming, and have a keen interest in AI and Science, please send your CV to me via email. Include 1-2 sentences explaining your interest in joining our group. We are always looking for new members in our group.
|Jan 5, 2024
|We are awarded the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology , IEN-1000x seed grant to develop a high resolution acquisition technique for proteins in collaboration with our ChBE colleague Vida Jamali
|Nov 8, 2023
|We are excited to host the candidates at the EECS Rising Star Workshop 2023 at Georgia Tech where I serve as one of the faculty mentors.
|Oct 20, 2023
|Happy to receive seed funding grants from the Institute for Data Engineering and Science (IDEAS) to lead the AI for Chemical and Materials Discovery and Microscopy with three other amazing colleagues at GT.
|Aug 29, 2023
|We are excited to host the candidates at GT NextProf NEXUS where I serve as one of the faculty mentors.
|Jul 29, 2023
|We are presenting ProtiGeno: a prokaryotic short gene finder using protein language models at the Computational Biology workshop at ICML.
- Epistatic Net allows the sparse spectral regularization of deep neural networks for inferring fitness functionsNature Communications 2021
- Large dataset enables prediction of repair after CRISPR–Cas9 editing in primary T cellsNature Biotechnology 2019
- MISSION: Ultra large-scale feature selection using Count SketchesIn International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) 2018