The Institute of Computing and Cybersystems will present a Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Doina Caragea on Friday, October 29, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Caragea is a professor and the Michelle Munson-Serban Simu Keystone Research Scholar in the Computer Science department at Kansas State University.
Join the Zoom lecture here: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/81088119467
Dr. Caragea has expertise in machine learning and data mining, with applications to data intensive problems in recommender systems, text analytics, security informatics, and bioinformatics. In recent years, she has focused on semi-supervised and domain adaptation algorithms, under the assumption that labeled data for a domain of interest is limited, if available at all.
Dr. Caragea has published more than 100 refereed conference and journal articles, and was co-editor of the book, “Computational Methodologies in Gene Regulatory Networks”, published by IGI Publishers. She has graduated four doctorate students and more than 25 master’s students during her ten years at K-State.
She received a doctorate in computer science from Iowa State University in 2004, and was honored with the Iowa State University Research Excellence Award for her work. She was also the recipient of the prestigious IBM Fellowship in 2002 and 2003.
Please note that his lecture was originally scheduled for October 22, 2021.