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+ June 2021 Masters student Daniel Mallia and undergrad Jack Kruse join DAIR lab. Welcome!

+ Summer 2021: DAIR Lab members Anton, Marin, Nigel, Yaroslava, Owen and Ajani graduate! Congratulations and Best Wishes!

+ Spring 2021 Ph.D. student Arezoo Bybordi and CUNY undergrad Alisa Leschenko join DAIR lab

+ Paper on Software Engineering methods for Machine Learning systems to appear in ICSE 2021

Yiming Tang, Raffi Khatchadourian, Mehdi Bagherzadeh, Rhia Singh*, Ajani Stewart*, and Anita Raja. An empirical study of refactorings and technical debt in Machine Learning systems. In International Conference on Software Engineering, ICSE ’21. ACM/IEEE, May 2021. (138/602; 23% acceptance rate). To appear.

+ Fall 2020: Masters Student Adam Catto joins DAIR lab

DAIR Lab Personnel

Anita Raja, PI
Arezoo Bybordi, Ph.D. student
 
Alisa Leshchenko, Undergrad RA
Daniel Mallia, M.S. Student

 

Matthew Carr, Undergrad RA, 2022-

 

Eric Li, Undergrad RA, 2022-


DAIR ALUMNI 2003-Present


Recent Alumni

 

Adam Catto, M.S. in DataScience, 2020-2022

Data Scientist, Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai

 

 

Anton Goretsky, Undergrad RA, 2020-2021

Ph.D. Student, Dept of Computer Science, University of Maryland

 

 

 

  Owen Kunhardt, Undergrad RA, S20

 Software Engineer, Google, Boston

 

 

 

 

 

Ajani Stewart, Undergrad RA, S20

MIT BCS Research Scholar

 

 

Daniel Rozenzaft, Undergrad RA, F20-S21

M.S. in Applied Math, Columbia University

 

 

 

 

Marin Marinov, Undergrad RA, S20-S21

Software Developer, Vanguard

 

 

 

 

Nigel Ferrrer, Undergrad RA, S20-S21

 

 

 

 

 

Yaroslava Shynkar, Undergrad RA, S20-S21

 
 

 

+ Distributed Traffic Routing to Reduce Congestion

Selfish routing in transportation networks is the phenomenon where individual agents make uncoordinated greedy routing decisions. This is known not to produce a socially desirable outcome in transport and communication networks. We are using multiagent approach that leverages complex network theory, game theory and machine learning to address this general problem of the loss of social welfare that occurs due to uncoordinated behavior in networks.

Collaborators:
Professor Mohammad Hasan, UNL
Professor Ana Bazzan, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS);

Students (Hunter College):
Nigel Ferrer
Marin Marinov
Yaroslava Shynkar

Funding Source: PSC-CUNY Enhanced Research Grant 2020-2021

Past Students (Cooper Union):
Di Mei
Joseph Huang
Eli Friedman

Publications:

+ Summer 2020: Anton Goretsky, Nigel Ferrer, Yaroslava Shynkar join DAIR Lab

+ May 2020 Invited speaker at 2020 IEEE HPSR Session on Blockchain

Feb 2020: Judge at ISMMS Health Hackathon Finals

Served as judge for Icahn School of Medicine Health Hackathon Finals themed “Artificial Intelligence – Expanding the Limits of Human Performance” Congratulations to “Deliberate” and the other teams!

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