Bert Huang

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

bhuang@vt.edu

About Me

I am an assistant professor in the Virginia Tech Department of Computer Science. I investigate machine learning with a special focus on models and data with structure stemming from natural networks. Within this focus, my work addresses open questions on theory, algorithms, and applications.


A note for prospective students

Recent News

  1. I’ll be speaking at the First ACM International Workshop on Computational Methods for Cybersafety, co-located with CIKM16.

  2. Our paper Hinge-Loss Markov Random Fields and Probabilistic Soft Logic by Stephen H. Bach, Matthias Broecheler, me, and Lise Getoor was accepted and will appear in the Journal of Machine Learning Research!

  3. Shuangfei Fan will be presenting our paper at the Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs on using back-propagation for learning collected classifiers. Come see her poster!

  4. Elaheh Raisi and I will be presenting a paper on cyberbullying detection at the ICML workshop #Data4Good. See you in NYC!

  5. Our paper Stability and Generalization in Structured Prediction by Ben London, me, and Lise Getoor was accepted and will appear in the Journal of Machine Learning Research!