I am a Health Informatics Ph.D. Student with the Proactive Health Informatics (ProHealth) department within the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SICE) at Indiana University, Bloomington. Working with my advisor Professor Kay Connelly and other members of the ProHealth group, I am involved in the Precision Health Initiative. This grand challenge seeks to cure one form of cancer, cure at least one childhood disease, find a preventative solution to one chronic illness, or find a preventative solution to a neurodegenerative disease by 2020.
My interests are in Statistical Relational Artificial Intelligence (STARAI), Systems, and Open Source Development—and their application to solving real-world problems within Health Informatics. I believe that open development, open data, and explainable decision-making systems are great starting points for building trust in artificial intelligence, and more broadly for systems that people can use in their everyday lives.
- Spring 2018: I am transferring to work as a Research Assistant with the Proactive Health Informatics (ProHealth) Department within the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SICE) at Indiana University, Bloomington.
- Fall 2018: I will be a Teaching Assistant for Automata Theory (CS 4384.001)
We rarely notice that we live inside an invisible layer of liquid heat. This describes how I glimpsed into the heat distribution of the IU Informatics Building.
k-means clustering can be used on images to automatically perform color quantization. This demonstrates how to cluster colors in an animation.
k-Nearest Neighbors sometimes gets a bad reputation for being too simple. So I implemented it in as few lines as possible.
This short guide collects some examples of drawing finite state machines using the Tikz LaTeX library.
6520 stories written in 15 languages over the course of twelve years; a fanfiction community visualized.