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Sarath Chandar (Adjunct Faculty Member)
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Email : sarath [dot] chandar [at] mila [dot] quebec
Research Interests : Recurrent Neural Networks, Lifelong Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
K.C. Sivaramkrishnan (Adjunct Faculty Member)
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Email : kcsrk [at] cse [dot] iitm [dot] ac [dot] in
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Pratyush Kumar (Adjunct Faculty Member)
Office : BSB 373 | Phone :
Email : pratyush [at] cse [dot] iitm [dot] ac [dot] in
Research Interests : Cyber Physical Systems, Machine Learning.
Anoop Kunchukuttan (Adjunct Faculty Member)
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Email : anoopk [at] cse [dot] iitb [dot] ac [dot] in
Research Interests : Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Information Extraction and Retrieval
Sriraam Natarajan (Adjunct Faculty Member)
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Email : Sriraam [dot] Natarajan [at] utdallas [dot] edu
Research Interests : Relational Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Graphical Models, and Planning
Deepak Padmanabhan (Adjunct Faculty Member)
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Email : deepaksp [at] acm [dot] org
Research Interests : Machine Learning
Partha Mitra (Adjunct Faculty Member)
(Prof. Mahabala Distinguished Chair in Computational Brain Research.)
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Email : mitra [at] cshl [dot] edu
Research Interests : An integrative approach to understanding brain function, incorporating theory, informatics, and experimental work.
Affiliation : Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA.
Mriganka Sur (Adjunct Faculty Member)
(N.R. Narayana Murthy Distinguished Chair in Computational Brain Research)
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Email : msur [at] mit [dot] edu
Research Interests : Cortical Development and Plasticity, Dynamics, Brain Disorders. The development, plasticity and dynamics of circuits in the cerebral cortex of the brain.
Affiliations : Paul E. and Lilah Newton Professor of Neuroscience. MIT, USA.

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