Suchi Saria will discuss her research on statistical machine learning and its application to developing data-driven systems for augmenting human decision-making capability for diagnostics and treatment planning.
HopHacks is a weekend of immersive learning and problem solving. It’s also an opportunity for students to explore their passions.
ABC2 News reports on the Fall 2017 HopHacks event held at Johns Hopkins University on September 15-17. Read more at ABC2 News.
This fall, Johns Hopkins Engineering welcomed one new department director, one new department head, and seven new faculty members.
The Science of Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins University will support six new interdisciplinary projects with two-year seed grants. This is the fifth round of seed grants for the institute, which launched in 2013 to foster better understanding of all levels of learning. “Our latest round of grants continues to showcase the highly innovative and intensely cross-disciplinary collaborations […]
Ars Technica reports that 465,000 patients have been told to update the firmware on their cardiac pacemakers or risk falling victim to potentially fatal hacks. Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, is quoted.
Chien-Ming Huang, PhD, comes to Johns Hopkins from postdoctoral work at Yale University. His research interests include human-robot interaction, human-computer interaction and robotics. Huang earned his BS in computer science from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, a master’s in computer science from Georgia Institute of Technology and his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. […]
Computer scientist whose algorithms help detect life-threatening sepsis named to ’35 Innovators Under 35′ list.
Assistant Professor Suchi Saria has been named one of MIT Technology Review’s 35 Innovators Under 35.