James Caverlee

Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Texas A&M University
infolab
[my_last_name] 'at' cse.tamu.edu

Teaching Fall 2018: CSCE 470, Information Storage and Retrieval

My research targets topics from recommender systems, social media, information retrieval, data mining, emerging networked information systems, and occasional forays into distributed systems and services computing. I usually wear one of two hats in my work:

My research approach is primarily data-driven and experimental in nature.

About me: I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2007, co-advised by Ling Liu (CS) and Bill Rouse (ISYE). Before that, I earned two M.S. degrees from Stanford University: one in Computer Science in 2001 and one in Engineering-Economic Systems & Operations Research in 2000. My undergraduate degree is a B.A. in Economics (magna cum laude) from Duke University in 1996. I joined the faculty at Texas A&M in 2007. I spent most of my sabbatical in 2015 at Google as a Visiting Scientist in Ed Chi's group. I've been honored to receive an NSF CAREER award, DARPA Young Faculty award, a AFOSR Young Investigator award, as well as several teaching awards.

Acknowledgments: Our lab has been generously supported by NSF, DARPA, AFOSR, Google, Amazon, the Texas A&M College of Engineering, and Texas A&M. Thank you!

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Publications

See also my publications at DBLP, Google Scholar, and at Semantic Scholar. 2007 and earlier

Students

Current and Former PhD Students

Current and Former MS Students

Current and Former Undergrads

Teaching

Courses at Texas A&M

Other Teaching Experience

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Awards