PhD Defense: Algorithms and Data Structures for Faster Nearest-Neighbor Classification
Alejandro Flores-Velazco is a CS PhD candidate at the University of Maryland, College Park, advised by Prof. David Mount. His research interests lie generally in Theoretical Computer Science, including Computational Geometry, Approximation Algorithms, and Data Structures. He received his Bachelor's degree from Universidad Simon Bolivar (Venezuela), and will be joining Google (NYC) this summer.
This talk is organized by Tom Hurst