Eugene Fink's research


I am a senior systems scientist in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I have a joined appointment in the Language Technologies Institute and Computer Science Department, which are both within the School of Computer Science. I am presently working on two research projects, called RADAR and RAPID.

I completed my Ph.D. in 1999, at Carnegie Mellon University, under supervision of Herbert A. Simon and Jaime G. Carbonell. For my dissertation, I worked on machine learning and automated problem solving in the Prodigy research project (which has nothing to do with the Prodigy on-line service). From 1999 to 2003, I was an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of South Florida. In December 2003, I became a systems scientist at Carnegie Mellon University.

My research interests are in various aspects of artificial intelligence, including machine learning, planning, problem solving, automated problem reformulation, and theoretical foundations of artificial intelligence, as well as applications of artifiical intelligence to medical care, e-commerce, security, and e-science. My interests also include computational geometry, algorithm theory, and distributed computing.

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