|search externally:||Google Scholar, Springer, CiteSeer, Microsoft Academic Search, Scirus , DBlife|
I received my B.S. in Computer Science at the University of Notre Dame in 2006. After a year of employment with Lockheed Martin, I missed academia and decided to come back. I received my M.S. in 2009 and am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Computer Science specializing in data mining and machine learning.
My past research interests have centered on classification in dynamic data streams, especially focusing on the intersection of class imbalance and concept drift. More recently I have been conducting research in dynamic network analysis and network classification tasks such as link prediction. While I continue pure research in dynamic networks, I am also investigating several large commercial databases. To these I apply principles of data stream approaches and network science to attempt to reach new and interesting conclusions.
New Perspectives and Methods in Link Prediction
as author at Research Sessions,