
Lev Reyzin


I am an Assistant Professor in the
Mathematics (MSCS) Department at UIC,
where I am part of the MCS group. 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.
Among my current activities, I am
a PC cochair for ALT 2017, a special session chair for ISAIM 2018,
an associate editor of the journal AMAI,
and a moderator for cstheory.
Personal
my vita
a brief bio
Lev Reyzin is a tenuretrack Assistant Professor in the
MCS
group at UIC's mathematics
department.
His research spans the theory and practice of machine learning.
Previously, Lev was a Simons Postdoctoral Fellow at
Georgia Tech, and before that,
an NSF CIFellow at
Yahoo! Research,
where he tackled problems in computational advertising.
Lev received his Ph.D. on an NSF fellowship
from Yale
under Dana Angluin
and his undergraduate degree from
Princeton.
His work has earned awards at ICML, COLT, and AISTATS and has been
funded by the National Science Foundation and the Army Research Office.
my blog and my
Twitter
publications
slides from my talks
my google scholar and DBLP
Ben Fish, Ph.D. in progress
Shelby Heinecke
(with Tanya BergerWolf), Ph.D. in progress
Mano Vikash Janardhanan, Ph.D. in progress
Yi Huang, Ph.D. 2017, first position: postdoc at University of Chicago
Ádám Lelkes
(with György Turán), Ph.D. 2017, first position: software engineer at Google Research
Jeremy Kun, Ph.D. 2016, first position: data scientist at 21 Inc., currently a software engineer at Google
Li Wang, postdoc RAP, 2015 – 2017, first position: assistant professor at UTA Math
UIC MCS 590: Mathematical Foundations of Data Science
(Fall 2017, Spring 2015)
UIC CS 401 / MCS 401: Computer Algorithms I
(Fall 2017, Spring 2017,
Fall 2016, Spring 2016)
UIC MCS 548: Mathematical Theory of Artificial Intelligence
(Fall 2016, Fall 2014)
UIC MCS 441: Theory of Computation I
(Spring 2016,
Spring 2014,
Spring 2013)
UIC MCS 521: Combinatorial Optimization (Fall 2013)
GaTech
CS 8803/MATH 8833: Discrete Fourier Analysis and Applications (Spring 2012)
Other
photos I've uploaded on photonet and flickr
my Erdös number is
3
four different paths:
Lev Reyzin →
Nikhil Srivastava →
Alan D. Taylor →
Paul Erdös
Lev Reyzin →
James Aspnes →
Leonard J. Schulman →
Paul Erdös
Lev Reyzin →
Santosh S. Vempala →
Noga Alon →
Paul Erdös
Lev Reyzin →
György Turán →
András Hanjal →
Paul Erdös
my math genealogy entry
a theory of moderation
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