- Proud winner with collaborator Elise Lockwood of the 2012 WARF Discovery Challenge.
- Our latest journal article, Human Semisupervised Learning, is in production and will be released soon.
- Just finished up a fantastic semester of teaching CS540: Intro to AI. Thanks to all my great students!
I am a fifth year graduate student in the Computer Sciences PhD program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I am currently working on my dissertation and as a Research Assistant with my advisor Professor Jerry Zhu.
My primary area of interest is machine learning, specifically the improvement of machine learning models through the study of human learners (and vice versa). This includes cognitive modeling, perception and human-computer cooperation.
Bryan R. Gibson received his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Michigan. After spending several years involved with online course production and distribution at UM, Bryan had the opportunity to work closely with Prof. Dragomir Radev on several NLP projects, followed by acceptance at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he went on to recieve his M.S. and continues to work with an outstanding group of collaborators, including Profs. Jerry Zhu, Tim Rogers, Chuck Kalish and Martha Alibali. His research interests lie at the intersection of Machine Learning and Cognitive Psychology.