Ralf Brown is a Principal Systems Scientist (research faculty) at
Carnegie Mellon University's
Language Technologies Institute
in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
working on text mining and language identification (and formerly on language technologies-driven data recovery and the
Generalized Example-Based Machine Translation,
MUCHMORE, GALE, and MTLAB projects). He is well-known in cyberspace for
maintaining the Interrupt List
and various other programs,
and has co-authored a number of books.
Office Hours: By appointment.
Fall 2018: teaching 11-601 Coding and Algorithms Bootcamp (draft syllabus);
leading 11-927 MIIS Capstone.
Spring 2018: led 11-696 MIIS Capstone Planning Seminar.
Fall 2017: co-taught 11-601 Coding and Algorithms Bootcamp; led 11-927 MIIS Capstone.
Spring 2017: led 11-696 MIIS Capstone Planning Seminar.
Fall 2016: co-taught 11-601 Coding and Algorithms Bootcamp; led 11-927 MIIS Capstone.
Spring 2016: assisted with 15-213 Intro to Computer Systems and led 11-696 MIIS Capstone Planning Seminar.
Fall 2015: co-taught 11-601 Coding and Algorithms Bootcamp; led 11-927 MIIS Capstone.
Ralf's Informational Pages
The local Web:
Dancing in Pittsburgh
My Erdos Number is 4:
Paul Erdos -> Henryk Minc -> Marvin Marcus -> John Chollet -> Ralf Brown.
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(Last updated 23-May-2018)