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Swaroop Vattam

I am a technical staff member at Lincoln Lab at MIT. Previously, I was a research scientist at Georgia Tech and a NAS fellow at NRL. I got my PhD in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2012. My research is broadly focused on applications of machine reasoning and machine learning to natural language processing problems. I am currently investigating data-driven model discovery systems in an effort to tackle the problem of automated machine learning.



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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society: The American Mathematical Societys Mathematical Moments program promotes appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Listen to researchers talk about how they use math: from presenting realistic animation to beating cancer.
Revolutionizing and Industry: Researchers: Christopher Brinton, Zoomi, Inc. and Princeton University, and Mung Chiang, Purdue University Moment: https://www.ams.org/samplings/mathmoments/mm139-netflix.pdf Description: Christopher Brinton and Mung Chiang talk about the Netflix Prize competition.
Going Into a Shell : Researcher: Derek Moulton, University of Oxford Moment: https://www.ams.org/samplings/mathmoments/mm138-shells.pdf Description: Derek Moulton explains the math behind the shapes of seashells.
Keeping the Roof On: Researcher: Stefan Siegmund, TU-Dresden Moment: https://www.ams.org/samplings/mathmoments/mm137-hurricane.pdf Description: Stefan Siegmund talks about his an invention to protect homes during hurricanes.
Scoring with New Thinking: Researcher: Andy Andres, Boston University Moment: https://www.ams.org/samplings/mathmoments/mm136-baseball.pdf Andy Andres on baseball analytics.
Generating Patterns Part 2: Researcher: Michel C. Molinkovitch, University of Geneva Description: Michel C. Milinkovitch used math, physics, and biology for an amazing discovery about the patterns on a lizard's skin.


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Understanding What Kepler Did--Part I:
Topology and Elementary Electric Circuit Theory, I:
Recognition:
Getting in Sync:
Reading the Bakhshali Manuscript:
Crochet Topology:
Mathematical Economics for Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month:
Neural Nets and How They Learn:
Jakob Bernoulli's Zoo:
Regular-Faced Polyhedra: Remembering Norman Johnson:






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