My group is called DAGS, which stands for Daphne’s Amazing (or Approximate) Group of Students. The DAGS webpage contains a lot of information about the group members, including pictures. The group currently contains the following people:
Some previous members are:
- Steve Gould, soon to join the faculty of Australia National University
- David Vickrey, now at Facebook
- Haidong Wang, now at Two Sigma Investments
- Geremy Heitz, now at
- Su-In Lee, now on the faculty at the University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences and Department of Computer Science and Engineering
- Uri Nodelman, now a research associate at Stanford University.
- Gal Chechik, now on the faculty of Bar-Ilan University
- Gal Elidan, now on the faculty of the Statistics Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Dragomir Anguelov, now at Google.
- Eran Segal, PhD student, now on the faculty of the Ben Taskar, PhD student, now on the faculty of the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania
- Christian Shelton, postdoctoral research associate, now on the faculty of the Carlos Guestrin, PhD student, now a faculty member at the Machine Learning Department and Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University.
- Xavier Boyen, PhD student, now at a startup.
- Urszula Chajewska, PhD student, now at Nuance Communications
- Nir Friedman, research associate, now a faculty member at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Lise Getoor, PhD student, now a faculty member at the University of Maryland, College Park.
- Alexander Kozlov, PhD student.
- Uri Lerner, PhD student, now at Google.
- Brian Milch, now at Google
- Ron Parr, Postdoctoral Research Associate, now a faculty member at the Computer Science Department, Duke University
- Avi Pfeffer, PhD student, now a faculty member at the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University
- Dirk Ormoneit, Research Associate, now at Marshall Wace Asset Management Limited
- Mehran Sahami, PhD student, now Associate Chair of Undergraduate Education at Stanford University
- Simon Tong, PhD student, now at Google.
Every once in a while, we go out to have fun: