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Roni Khardon
Professor
Department of Computer Science
Indiana University, Bloomington

Research Interests and Projects: My interests are in the areas of Machine Learning and Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence, and Efficient Algorithms and my research explores theoretical questions, empirical questions, and applications. Most recently my work has focused on problems in two broad areas: Theory, Algorithms and Applications of Graphical models and Stochastic Planning and Reinforcement Learning and their Relation to Probabilistic Inference.


Research Group

Yadi Wei, PhD Student Working on algorithms and theory for approximate inference in Bayesian models.
Weizhe Chen, PhD Student

Co advised with Lantao Liu
Working on machine learning for non-stationary spatial data and its use for informative planning in robotics.
Zhennan Wu, PhD Student Working on planning, reinforcement learning and their connection to probabislitic inference.
Palash Chatterjee, PhD Student Working on planning, reinforcement learning and their connection to probabislitic inference.
Ashutosh Chapagain , MS Student Working on applications of planning and reinforcement learning to robotics.

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