Irina Rish

University of Montreal

Names

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Irina Rish (Preferred)

Emails

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****@gmail.com
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****@us.ibm.com

Education & Career History

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Professor
University of Montreal (mila.quebec)
20192019
 
Research Staff Member
International Business Machines (ibm.com)
19992019
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Jean Honorio
****@cs.stonybrook.edu
20122012
 
Coauthor
Dimitris Samaras
****@cs.sunysb.edu
20122012
 
Coauthor
Dimitris Samaras
****@cs.stonybrook.edu
20122012
 
Coauthor
Jean Honorio
****@cs.sunysb.edu
20122012
 
Coauthor
Guillermo Cecchi
****@us.ibm.com
20082012
 
Coauthor
A. ravishankar Rao
****@us.ibm.com
20092009
 
Coauthor
Rahul Garg
****@us.ibm.com
20092009
 
Coauthor
Jean-baptiste Poline
****@gmail.com
20092009
 
Coauthor
Bertrand Thirion
****@inria.fr
20092009
 

Expertise

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Bayesian networks
Present
 
sparse modeling
Present
 
machine learning
Present
 
neuroimaging, fMRI, EEG
Present