I was a recent student spotlight for ML@GT
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Ph.D. in Machine Learning, in progress (2023)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, 2018
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, 2017
Data-Free Class-Incremental Learning, where an agent must learn new concepts over time without storing generators or training data from past tasks
Realistic Semi-Supervised Continual Learning, where data distributions reflect object class correlations between, and among, the labeled and unlabeled data distributions
Learning data representations from a non-stationary stream of unlabeled data for downstream classification tasks
Gradient-descent algorithm purposed to evade the vanishing gradient problem
Optimization project to design thin wire antennas capable of approximating any arbitrary antenna gain pattern
I was a Teaching Assistant for the following courses:
James Smith, graduate student in electrical and computer engineering, will be presented with the Alton B. Zerby and Carl T. Koerner Outstanding Student Award from IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu at an awards ceremony in March 2018.
James Smith, senior in electrical engineering, was chosen as the Auburn Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s outstanding student for 2017.