I am a Researcher in the Context, Learning, and User Experience for Search (CLUES) group at Microsoft Research . I completed my Ph.D. in the Computer Science Department at CMU under Jaime Carbonell and John Lafferty. When I was at CMU, I used to help organize the Information Retrieval Discussion Series.
A fairly current list of my publications is available on my Microsoft Research Homepage. A less frequently updated listing is kept at CMU. I am also engaged in a variety of professional service activies. My CV is available upon request.
The RADAR Action-Item Dataset is available here.
At the request of several researchers in the field, I put together a
small package for Recalibrating Classifiers in 2004-2005. It is
provided AS-IS and with NO WARRANTY and is available here.
When I haven't injured a knee, shoulder, hip, or ankle, I enjoy running, playing soccer and ball hockey, and working out in general.
My Personal Records.
If you're looking for my SCS Espresso Web Page, look no further.
At one time, I was the co-editor of the 9th Edition of the Guide to Living in Pittsburgh.
Here's a page of what were my most useful links; now I rarely update them.
... and now for something completely different