Yanif Ahmad, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Brown University, 2009. Data management, stream processing, declarative languages, parallel and distributed databases.
Yair Amir, Professor, Ph.D., Hebrew (Jerusalem), 1995. Distributed systems, resilient clouds and critical infrastructure, overlay networks, distributed algorithms.
Giuseppe Ateniese, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Genova (Italy), 2000. Applied cryptography, network security, secure e-commerce. JHUISI
Vladimir Braverman, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 2011. Theory, randomized algorithms, data streams, massive databases.
Randal Burns, Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz, 2000. Storage systems, high performance and scientific computing, and database federations. IDIES
Jason M. Eisner, Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2001. Computational linguistics and natural language processing (parsing,morphology, phonology, machine translation, information extraction and semantics); machine learning and probabilistic modeling; declarative programming languages. CLSP, HLTCOE, ML
Peter Fröhlich, Senior Lecturer; Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 2003. Programming languages, software engineering, systems software, video game design, web applications.
Gregory D. Hager, Professor (Chair); Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1988. Vision, robotics, human-machine systems, computer-integrated medicine. CISST, LCSR
Michael Kazhdan, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Princeton University, 2004. Computer graphics, surface reconstruction, image and geometry processing.
S. Rao Kosaraju, Edward J. Schaefer Professor; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1969. Design of algorithms, pattern matching, and derandomization.
Ben Langmead, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Maryland, 2012. Computational biology, comparative genomics, sequence alignment,
cloud computing, parallel & high performance computing, text indexing.
Gerald M. Masson, Professor (Director of Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute); Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1971. Computer engineering, fault-tolerant computing, computer communications and networking. JHUISI
Aviel Rubin, Professor (Technical Director of Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute); Ph.D., Michigan, 1994. System and networking security, computer privacy, applied cryptography. JHUISI
Joanne Selinski, Associate Teaching Professor (Director of Undergraduate Studies); Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1996. CS education.
Ralph Semmel, Professor of Computer Science; Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore, 1992. APL
Scott F. Smith, Professor; Ph.D., Cornell, 1988. Programming languages, type systems, security in language design, component programming languages.
Russell Taylor, John C. Malone Professor (Director, CISST ERC); Ph.D., Stanford, 1976. Medical robotics, computer-Integrated Interventional medicine, medical image analysis, human-machine robotic systems. CISST, LCSR
Andreas Terzis, Associate Professor; Ph.D., UCLA, 2000. Wireless, embedded, and networked systems and computer networks. IDIES
David Yarowsky, Professor; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1995. Natural language and speech processing, information retrieval, machine translation, and machine learning. CLSP, HLTCOE, ML
Chris Callison-Burch, Associate Research Professor; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, 2007. Statistical natural language processing, machine translation, paraphrasing, automatic evaluation metrics. CLSP, HLTCOE
Matthew Green, Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 2008. Applied cryptography, cryptographic protocol design, analysis of practical security systems, privacy-preserving storage and identification technologies.
Marcus Chang, Postdoctoral Fellow; Ph.D. University of Copenhagne, 2010. Machine learning, robotics, wireless sensor networks, pervasive computing.
Anton Dahbura, Associate Research Scientist and Interim Director of Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Universtiy, 1984. Information security, fault-tolerant computing, distributed systems, testing.
Sarana Nutanong, Assistant Research Scientist; Ph.D. University of Melbourne, 2010. Spatial databases, distributed systems, parallel algorithms.
Marco Platania, Postdoctoral Fellow; Ph.D. University of Rome "La Sapienza", 2012. Publish/subscribe systems, peer-to-peer systems, cloud computing, critical infrastructure protection.
Amihood Amir, Research Professor; Ph.D. Bar-Ilan University, 1983. Pattern matching, knowledge discovery algorithms, real time systems algorithms, computational molecular biology.
Mitra Basu, Visiting Professor; Ph.D. Purdue, 1985, Computational biology, pattern recognition, neural networks, artificial intelligence.
Philippe Burlina, Associate Research Professor; Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1994. Machine vision, medical image analysis, machine learning, enterprise software systems, content and e-process management, SDLC, software engineering. APL
Bharat Doshi, Research Professor; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1974. Optical and wireless networking technologies, Internet protocols and architectures, speech technologies and signal processing, and network design and analysis algorithms and tools. APL
Gabor Fichtinger, Adjunct Professor; Ph.D., Technical University of Budapest, Hungary, 1990. Applied surgical robotics, surgical CAD/CAM systems, percutaneous therapies, stereotactic radiosurgery.
Matthew Henry, Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2007. Information assurance research, decision analysis, operations research, and risk analysis. APL
Sheela Kosaraju, Lecturer; JD., Wake Forest University, 1997.
Harold Lehmann, Lecturer; Ph.D., Stanford, 1992. Medical informatics.
Han Liu, Adjunct Assistant Professor; Ph.D., CMU, 2010. Statistical machine learning, high dimensional nonparametric learning and massive-data analysis, multiple hypothesis testing, time series analysis, genomics, proteomics, cognitive neuroscience.
Adam Lopez, Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D. University of Maryland, 2008. Machine translation, algorithms, machine learning, formal language and automata theory.
Tammara Massey, Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D. UCLA, 2009. Statistical analysis, optimization, community based participatory methods, and network analysis
techniques for informatics-based interventions. APL
James Mayfield, Associate Research Professor; Ph.D., U.C. Berkeley, 1989. Information retrieval, cross-language retrieval, information extraction, natural language processing. APL, HLTCOE
Eric Meisner, Assistant Research Engineer; Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2009. Human-robot interaction, mobile sensor networks, learning for sequential decision, estimation problems.
Michael Ochs, Lecturer; Ph.D., Brandeis University, 1995. Medical informatics.
Nicolas Padoy, Adjunct Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Université Henri Poincaré/Technische Universität München, 2010. Computer vision, medical imaging, activity recognition, human-machine collaborative surgery. CISST, LCSR
Christopher Pappacena, Lecturer; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1998. Cryptography.
John W. Sheppard, Adjunct Professor; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1996. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, data mining.
Benjamin Van Durme, Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D., University of Rochester, 2009. Artificial Intelligence, natural language processing (computational semantics), and streaming algorithms. HLTCOE, CLSP
Vinod Variyam, Visiting Associate Professor; Ph.D., Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 1999. Computational complexity theory and its applications to machine learning.
Theresa Wilson, Assistant Research Scientist; Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 2008. Artificial Intelligence, computational linguistics, natural language processing
subjectivity and sentiment analysis in text and speech. HLTCOE
Lawrence B. Wolff, Research Professor, Ph.D. Columbia University, 1991, Computer Vision, Multi-Sensor Image Fusion, Augmented Reality, Biometrics.
Qinqing Zhang, Assistant Research Professor; Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1998. Wireless communications and networking, Mobile Ad-hoc networks, cellular system and network technologies, multimedia applications and QoS, Internet protocol and algorithm design, performance analysis. APL
Joel Bader, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering; Ph.D. Theoretical Chemistry, UC Berkeley, 1991. Bioinformatics and computational biology.
Emad M. Boctor, Assistant Professor; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Univeristy, 2006. Image-guided Intervention, ultrasound imaging, elasticity and thermal imaging. CISST
Greg Chirikjian, Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Ph.D., Caltech, 1992. Robotics, kinematics, dynamics, control, motion planning.
Noah J. Cowan, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2001. Sensor-based control of locomotion and manipulation, machine learning, and biologically inspired robotics.
Ralph Etienne-Cummings, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1990. VLSI circuits, systems and algorithms for biologically inspired and low-power, parallel mixed-signal processing, biomorphic robotics and neural prosthetics.
James Fill, Professor, Applied Mathematics and Statistics; Ph.D. Statistics, University of Chicago, 1980. Probability, stochastic processes, random structures and algorithms.
Rachel Karchin, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Ph.D., Computer Science UC Santa Cruz, 2003. Computational molecular biology, bioinformatics, genetic variation.
Sanjeev Khudanpur, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Ph.D., Maryland, 1997. Information theory, statistical language modeling for speech recognition and machine translation.
Michael I. Miller, Professor, Biomedical Engineering; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1984. Image understanding, computer vision, medical imaging, computational anatomy.
Carey Priebe, Professor, Applied Mathematics and Statistics; Ph.D., George Mason, 1993. Computational statistics, kernel and mixture estimates, statistical pattern recognition, and statistical image analysis.
Jerry L. Prince, William B. Kouwenhoven Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate Director for Research, CISST ERC. Ph.D., MIT, 1988. Image processing, computer vision, medical imaging.
Steven Salzberg, Professor, Medicine and Biostatistics; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1989. Genomics, bioinformatics, gene finding, sequence assembly, genome evolution.
Rebecca Schulman, Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; PhD., University of California at Berkeley, 2011.
Jeffrey Siewerdsen, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1998. Imaging physics, diagnostic radiology, image-guided interventions.
Alexander Szalay, Professor, Physics and Astronomy; Theoretical astrophysics, galaxy formation.
Rene Vidal, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering; Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 2003. Computer vision, machine learning, robotics, and control.
Louis Whitcomb, Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Ph.D., Yale, 1992. Dynamics and control of mechanical systems.
Raimond L. Winslow, Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Director, The Institute for Computational Medicine; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1985. Modeling of biological systems, nonlinear systems theory, grid computing and data management, biomedical ontologies.