Preceptors are available during their office hours or by appointment.
David Ribar is a third-year student in the Politics Department, with a focus on American Politics and Formal Theory/ Quantitative Methods. His research is on the role of resolve in Americans' foreign policy preferences, and whether policy-makers respond to these preferences. He has also done work looking at inter-rebel dynamics in the Syrian Civil War.
Katya Chegaeva is a second-year Master in Finance student at the Bendheim Center for Finance. After graduation she is going to join an asset management division of a bank as a quantitative research analyst. In her free time she enjoys reading and videography, plays the piano and takes boxing classes
Mert Al received the BSc degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey in 2015, and the MA degree in electrical engineering from Princeton University in 2017, where he is currently pursuing his PhD degree under the supervision of Prof. Sun-Yuan Kung. His current research is focused on developing scalable learning algorithms, with applications in data privacy, classification, feature selection and visualization. His interests include kernel methods, adversarial learning, privacy and security, information theory, speech and image processing.
Stephen Keeley is a postdoc with Jonathan Pillow at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. He works on Bayesian modeling of high-dimensional neural data. He completed his Ph.D. at NYU at the Courant Institute of Mathematics and the Center for Neural Science. In his free time, Stephen enjoys chess, squash, and improvisational comedy.
Sulin Liu is currently a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering. He is interested in building more intelligent control systems with machine learning. In his free time, he sometimes thinks about the meaning of life while most of the time he's thinking hard about where to get food in Princeton.
Lab TAs help out during precept, but don't hold office hours.
Tabitha Belshee '20 is concentrating in Politics and pursuing a certificate in Statistics and Machine Learning. She focuses specifically on studying border patrol hiring processes how they affect rates of misconduct. On campus she spends her time being a proud Wilson RCA, officer in Quad, Head Tutor at McGraw, and yoga teacher in Dillon.
Ji-Sung Kim '19 is a senior in the computer science department and works on reinforcement learning research. He
previously worked on machine learning research at DeepMind and Google AI. On campus, he is involved in Princeton Data Science, Six14 Dance and Manna Christian
Berthy Feng is a senior concentrating in COS, with a certificate in Statistics and Machine Learning. She conducts research on computer vision and NLP in the Princeton Visual AI lab. She has previously served as a peer academic adviser, McGraw tutor, and COS lab TA, and she enjoys playing on the club tennis team and learning guitar in her free time.
Michael is available during his office hours (Wednesday 2:30-3:30, Friday Noon-1pm in CSML202), or by appointment.
Michael Guerzhoy started as a lecturer in CSML in September 2018. He's also an affiliate scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowldge Institute at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto and an assistant professor (status only) at the Dept. of Statistical Sciences at the University of Toronto. Michael teaches data science, computer science, and machine learning and applies data science and machine learning to improve patient care. He also enjoys taking on data science consulting projects on the side. When not working, Michael likes to sing, sometimes about teaching.