Carnegie Mellon University
LINCC Frameworks Director of Engineering
Jeremy Kubica leads a team working at the intersection of state-of-the-art computer science and cutting-edge astrophysics. He started working with astronomers while completing PhD in Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University. He spent over fifteen years working on large-scale machine learning and software engineering problems at Google, where he led groups in search ads and CloudAI, before returning to the astronomy domain. His research interests include machine learning and scalable algorithms/data structures. He is the author of multiple fun introductory computer science books, including Computational Fairy Tales, The CS Detective, and Data Structures the Fun Way.
Technical focus areas: Machine Learning, AI, algorithms, data structures, scalability, productionisation
Languages: Python, C, C++