Lev Reyzin

As of Fall 2012, I am an Assistant Professor in the MCS group within the Math (MSCS) Department at UIC. I also have a courtesy appointment in Computer Science. My research interests span the theory and practice of machine learning, network and data science, and optimization. My work is currently funded by the NSF and ARO.

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selected awards
brief bio
my blog, twitter, and Google+


papers by year or by venue
various theses
slides from my talks
my dblp and google scholar


Ben Fish, Ph.D. in progress
Yi Huang, Ph.D. in progress
Jeremy Kun, Ph.D. in progress
Li Wang, postdoc RAP, 2015–


UIC MCS 590: Foundations of Data Science (Spring 2015)
UIC MCS 548: Mathematical Theory of Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2014)
UIC MCS 441: Theory of Computation I (Spring 2014, Spring 2013)
UIC MCS 521: Combinatorial Optimization (
Fall 2013)
GaTech CS 8803/MATH 8833: Discrete Fourier Analysis and Applications (Spring 2012)


photos I've uploaded on photonet and flickr
my Erdös number is 3
my math genealogy entry
a theory of moderation

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