Dr. Clint Pazhayidam George

Designation : Associate Professor

Broad Area of Expertise : Computer Science and Engineering

Email : clint{at}iitgoa.ac.in

Contact Number : 0832-2490-117

Address : F-9 (Lab 2), Academic Block A

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Educational Qualifications

  • Ph.D. University of Florida (2015)
  • M. S. University of Florida (2010)
  • B. Tech. University of Kerala (2004)

Areas of Research

  • Machine learning
  • Applied statistics

Courses Taught

  1. CS 344/386: Artificial Intelligence Theory and Lab (Autumn 2018, Autumn 2019, Autumn 2020)
  2. CS 360/530: Machine learning (Spring 2019, 2020)
  3. CS 101: Introduction to Computing (Summer 2018, Spring 2021, Autumn 2021, Autumn 2022)
  4. CS 102: Software Tools (Spring 2022)

Professional Appointments

  1. Assistant Professor, IIT Goa (2018-Present)
  2. Program Coordinator, Computer Science and Engineering, School of Mathematics and Computer Science, IIT Goa (2020-2022)
  3. Research Associate, Informatics Institute and Department of Statistics, University of Florida (2016-2018)
  4. Assistant Systems Engineer, TATA Consultancy Services, Chennai, India (2006-2008)
  5. Software Engineer, ENVESTNET, Trivandrum, India (2004-2006)

Recent Publications

  1. On the variability in cell and nucleus shape. Devulapally A.Parekh V.D.P. George C.Balakrishnan S.(2022). Cells Tissues Organs. 
  2. Analyses of Multi-collection Corpora via Compound Topic Modeling. P. George, C., Xia, W., and Michailidis, G. (2019). The Fifth International Conference on Machine Learning, Optimization, and Data Science, Siena, Tuscany, Italy.
  3. The Impact of an Online Tutoring Program for Algebra Readiness on Mathematics Achievements; Results of a Randomized Experiment. Akhavan Niaki, S., P. George, C., Xia, W., Michailidis, G., and Beal, C.R. (2019). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge. Arizona, USA. p. 363-372. ACM.
  4. Principled Selection of Hyperparameters in the Latent Dirichlet Allocation Model. P. George, C., and Doss, H. (2018). Journal of Machine Learning Research.
  5. A Topic-Based Search, Visualization, and Exploration System. Grant, C., P. George, C., Kanjilal, V., Nirkhiwale, S., Wang, D. Z., and Wilson, J. N. (2015). FLAIRS-28, Hollywood, Florida, USA.
  6. SMART Electronic Legal Discovery via Topic Modeling. P. George, C., Puri, S., Wang, D. Z., Wilson, J. N., and Hamilton, W. (2014). FLAIRS-27, Pensacola, Florida, USA.

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