Cosma Rohilla Shalizi holds Ph.D. in physics from University of Wisconsin and is now an associate professor in Statistics Department of Carnegie Mellon University and external professor at Santa Fe Institute.
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University of Michigan website, and CMU website (at times it does not work)
From related faculty at CMU Machine Learning:
Dr. Shalizi has research interests in Nonparametric model discovery of state-space hidden Markov models and stochastic automata; dynamical-systems analysis of learning processes; applications of information theory, large deviations and ergodic theory in statistical inference; complex network models; heavy-tailed distributions.
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