Greg Shakhnarovich
Associate Professor
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago
6045 S. Kenwood Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637

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Brief bio:

I am an Associate Professor at Toyota Technological Institute ad Chicago (TTIC), a philanthropically endowed academic computer science institute located on the University of Chicago campus.
I also hold a part-time faculty appointment at the University of Chicago Department of Computer Science.
We at TTIC continue to admit students to our PhD program. Please contact me for details.

Prior to coming to TTIC, I was a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Computer Science of Brown University where I worked with Michael Black. I received my PhD degree at MIT where I worked at CSAIL with Trevor Darrell on computer vision and machine learning. My thesis topic was Learning Task-Specific Similarity.

Before coming to MIT, I was a graduate student in the Computer Science Department of the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel, where I got my MSc thesis under the advisement of Ran El-Yaniv and Yoram Baram. I got my undergraduate degree in Math and CS from Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel.


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PhD thesis, MIT, 2006: Learning Task-Specific Similarity. Advisor: Trevor Darrell.

MsC thesis, Technion, 2001: Statistical Data Cloning for Machine Learning. Advisors: Ran El-Yaniv and Yoram Baram.

Refereed publications, full list in reverse chronological order:



Winter 2015WIS20154421 : Advanced Machine Learning Methods (Weizmann Institute of Science)
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Autumn 2014,2013,2012,2011,2010TTIC 31020, Introduction to Statistical Machine Learning
Winter 2013,2012,2011WIS 20134221, Introduction to Machine Learning (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Spring 2010CS 35040/25040 : Introduction to Computer Vision
Spring 2009TTIC 359 : Large Scale Learning
Fall 2006CS195-5 : CS195-5, Introduction to Machine Learning (Brown)