Arti Ramesh

I am an assistant professor in the Computer Science department at SUNY-Binghamton. I obtained my PhD from University of Maryland, College Park in 2016. 

I am broadly interested in machine learning, data mining, and natural language processing. My research interests include structured prediction, statistical relational modeling, natural language processing, probabilistic modeling. My research focuses on structured prediction problems involving rich, complex, interlinked, heterogeneous data in online networks.

I direct the Machine Learning Research Group at Binghamton University. For more information on ongoing research projects, please visit the group website.

I am looking for motivated Masters and PhD students to work on Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing. Please contact me if you are interested in working with me!


New  Our paper on employing renewables to effectively cut load in electric grids got accepted to Smartcomp 2018.

New  Arpita, Yue and my paper on cyberbullying got accepted to the WWW Cybersafety workshop!

New  My student Arpita Chakraborty has been selected to attend the CRA-W mentoring workshop!

New  Our paper on structured approach to predicting recovery in alcoholics anonymous got accepted for publication in WWW 2018!

New  My student Yue Zhang passes RPE - the first PhD milestone! Congrats Yue!

New  Our grant proposal on detecting privacy leaks from personal assistant commands was awarded a travel grant from Data Transparency Lab! Come check out our poster at the DTL Conference in Barcelona next week!

New  Anand Seetharam and I have a recent paper on determining goodput of flows using probabilistic graphical models in Elsevier Computer Networks journal.

New  My student Gissella Bejarano wins the Anita Borg scholarship to attend Grace Hopper! Congrats Gissella!

New  My student Gissella Bejarano wins a selective Google scholarship to attend Machine Learning Summer School in Lisbon!!

New  Paper on Multi-relational Models for Online Professional Networks accepted in WI, 2017

New  One of 200 attendees selected to attend the Heidelberg Laureate Forum, 2017!

NSF Panelist, 2017

Technical Program Committee member for Annual Meeting of Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL 2017)

Technical Program Committee member for the 10th International Conference of Educational Data Mining (EDM 2017)

Technical Program Committee member for the SIAM Conference of Data Mining (SDM 2017)

Joining SUNY-Binghamton as assistant professor starting January 2017

Awarded Ann. G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship for 2016

Awarded Outstanding Graduate Student Dean's Fellowship

Talk at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, March 2016

Talk at Binghamton University, March 2016

Talk at Lehigh University, February 2016

Talk at Florida International University, February 2016

Talk at Seattle University, January 2016



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