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Kuzman Ganchev ’03


Kuzman Ganchev ’03 has been awarded the John Atanassoff Award by the President of Bulgaria for his work in machine learning and natural language processing. Ganchev has 22 publications in the field of computational linguistics and machine learning. His research focuses on machine learning with side information—encoding  knowledge related to the problem in the model or learning procedure. Ganchev began working for Google Research in 2010 after completing a Ph.D. in computer and information science at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously worked for StreamSage, Inc., a D.C.-based research and development company that analyzes, searches, and indexes audiovisual content. The company was founded by Seth Murray ’98, Michael Morton ’97, and Sibley Verbeck ’98.

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