The University of Maryland Center for Machine Learning invites graduate students and postdocs from underrepresented groups to apply to its Rising Stars in Machine Learning program. People who identify as women, Black, Latinx, Indigenous, LGBTQIA+ or living with disabilities are underrepresented in computer science and machine learning. The goal of this program is to support machine learning researchers from these underrepresented groups as they pursue new scientific discoveries and academic opportunities.
Due to the high volume of excellent applications this year, the search committee chose to recognize six winners. In addition to presenting their research as part of our virtual distinguished ML seminar series, each rising star in machine learning will receive a $1,000 honorarium.
For announcements regarding this program, signup for our email list. Rising Stars in Machine Learning is organized and led by Assistant Professor of Computer Science Soheil Feizi with the help of other CML faculty. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
"On Heterogeneity in Federated Settings"Personal Page
“Deep Learning for Program Synthesis: Towards Human-like Reasoning”Personal Page
“Provable Representation Learning: The Importance of Task Diversity and Pretext Tasks"Personal Page
“Probabilistic Inference Under Model Misspecification”Personal Page
“Efficient Data Processing and Trustworthy Decision Making through Structured Task Representation”Personal Page
"From 'What' to 'Why': Towards Causal Deep Networks”Personal Page