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Wonsun Ahn, Assistant Professor, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Compilers, computer architecture, compiler/hardware co-optimization, parallel programming/processing
Shi-Kuo Chang, Professor, PhD, University of California at Berkeley
Algorithms and modeling techniques, image processing and multimedia systems, slow intelligence systems, visual languages.
Donald M. Chiarulli, Professor, PhD, Louisiana State University.
Computer architecture, optical computing and interconnections, VLSI CAD.
Bruce R. Childers, Associate Professor, PhD, University of Virginia.
Computer architecture, compilers and software development tools, and embedded systems.
Sangyeun Paul Cho, Assistant Professor, PhD, University of Minnesota.
Computer architecture, microprocessor design, and system-on-a-chip (SOC).
Panos K. Chrysanthis, Professor, PhD, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Big data, database management, data stream management, workflow management, user-centric optimizations, power-aware data processing, mobile and pervasive management, distributed and cooperating systems.
Robert P. Daley, Professor, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University.
Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics to Forest Health.
Milos Hauskrecht, Associate Professor, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Artificial intelligence, reasoning, planning and optimization in the presence of uncertainty, machine learning, applications of AI in medicine and investments.
Rebecca Hwa Associate Professor, PhD, Harvard University.
Artificial intelligence, computational linguistics/statistical natural language processing, machine learning, human computer interaction.
Adriana Kovashka Assistant Professor, PhD, University of Texas at Austin.
Computer vision, machine learning, content-based image retrieval, interactions between vision and language, human-machine communication and crowdsourcing for visual recognition.
Alexandros Labrinidis, Associate Professor, PhD, University of Maryland, College Park.
Big data, user-centric data management, scientific data management, data stream management systems, data-intensive computing, collaborative systems, quality of data/quality of service, the deep Web.
John (Jack) Lange, Assistant Professor, PhD, Northwestern University.
High Performance Computing, Operating Systems, networking, virtualization and distributed systems.
Adam Lee, Assistant Professor, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Research interests lie at the intersection of the computer security, privacy, and distributed systems fields.
Diane Litman, Professor and Research Scientist (LRDC), University of Rochester.
Artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, spoken language processing, and artificial intelligence in education.
Liz Marai , Assistant Professor, PhD, Brown University.
Data visualization, scientific modeling, computer graphics, medical imaging.
Rami Melhem, Professor, PhD, University of Pittsburgh.
Power aware computing, High performance computing, real-time systems and Optical Networks.
Daniel Mossé, Professor, PhD, University of Maryland.
Distributed real-time systems, scheduling, power-aware and temperature-aware systems, fault-tolerant systems.
Kirk Pruhs, Professor, PhD, University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Algorithmic problems that arise in computing and communication systems, scheduling, online algorithms.
Janyce Wiebe, Professor, PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo.
Artificial intelligence, natural language processing/computational linguistics, discourse processing, word-sense disambiguation, and subjectivity and sentiment analysis.
Youtao Zhang, Assistant Professor, PhD, University of Arizona.
Compilers, computer architecture, system security.
Taieb Znati, Professor, PhD, Michigan State University.
Distributed multimedia systems, high-speed networks to support real-time applications, performance evaluation, local area networks.

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