Nathanael Fillmore

From October, 2016, I will be a postdoc with Giovanni Parmigiani and Nikhil Munshi at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. I completed my Ph.D. in Computer Sciences in December, 2015, and followed by a short transitional postdoc in UW-Madison's Biostatistics and Medical Informatics department, advised by Colin Dewey. Previously I studied Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, and analytical philosophy at Carleton College and the American Institute of Indian Studies. From 2011 to 2014, I was supported by a Computation and Informatics in Biology and Medicine (CIBM) predoctoral traineeship. CV.

Peer-reviewed publications

Bo Li*, Nathanael Fillmore*, Yongsheng Bai, Mike Collins, James A. Thomson, Ron Stewart, and Colin N. Dewey. Evaluation of de novo transcriptome assemblies from RNA-Seq data. Genome Biology 2014, 15:553. paper software
* = equal contributions

Michael H. Coen, M. Hidayath Ansari, and Nathanael Fillmore. Learning from spatial overlap. AAAI 2011.

Michael H. Coen, M. Hidayath Ansari, and Nathanael Fillmore. Comparing clusterings in space. ICML 2010. pdf

Andrew Goldberg, Nathanael Fillmore, David Andrzejewski, Zhiting Xu, Bryan Gibson, and Xiaojin Zhu. May all your wishes come true: A study of wishes and how to recognize them. In North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Human Language Technologies (NAACL HLT), 2009. pdf

Other papers and translations

Nathanael Fillmore, Andrew B. Goldberg, and Xiaojin Zhu. Document Recovery from Bag-of-Word Indices. University of Wisconsin Technical Report, August 2008. pdf

Nathanael Fillmore. Plato's Lysis in Sanskrit. August 2005. pdf

Nathanael Fillmore. Children, Aristotle, and What Is Lovable. March 2005. pdf

Professional activities

Local organization: NACLO 2011, NACLO 2010, NACLO 2009.

Teaching materials

Updates to Amos Ron's lecture notes on numerical methods. Fall 2010. pdfs

Matlab tutorial. September 2009. pdf

TA assignments

Spring 2011: CS 412, CS 513; Fall 2010: CS 412, CS 760; Spring 2010: CS 412, CS 540; Fall 2009: CS 412, CS 838; Spring 2009: CS 540; Fall 2008: CS 310.