Storing, managing, retrieving, and mining Big Data is one of the most difficult computing challenges of our times. Along with my colleagues in the Data Analytics Group at QCRI, I am interested in enabling end-users to utilize large datasets to the fullest by designing infrastructure and algorithms, and applying data and text mining techniques.
At QCRI, Prasenjit will focus on infrastructure for scalable data mining and machine learning techniques, with applications in various domains such as digital libraries and health informatics.
Prasenjit’s research has been funded by the CAREER award from the U.S. National Science Foundation, Department of Homeland Security, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Microsoft, Dow and Lockheed Martin. He has co-authored 17 journal papers and over 125 conference papers in top venues. He has also supervised over 10 PhD students; and been the co-chair, area chair, and senior PC member at top conferences including IEEE Society, CIKM, and IJCAI, respectively.
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