Lyle Ungar

University of Pennsylvania

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Lyle Ungar
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Lyle H. Ungar

Emails

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****@cis.upenn.edu

Education & Career History

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Full Professor
University of Pennsylvania
Present
 
Associate Professor, Psychology, SAS
University of Pennsylvania ( )
20122012
 
Associate Professor, Bioengineering
University of Pennsylvania ( )
20102012
 
Associate Professor, Genomics and Computational Biology, SOM
University of Pennsylvania ( )
20022012
 
Associate Professor, Operations and Information Management, Wharton
University of Pennsylvania ( )
20002012
 
Associate Professor, Electrical and Systems Engineering
University of Pennsylvania ( )
19962012
 
Associate Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Pennsylvania ( )
19902012
 
Associate Professor, Computer and Information Science
University of Pennsylvania ( )
19902012
 
Employee (on leave)
Google, New York Office ( )
20072007
 
Employee (sabbatical)
Carnegie Mellon University ( )
19991999
 
Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science
University of Pennsylvania ( )
19871990
 
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of Pennsylvania ( )
19841990
 
Associate: Strategic business analysis
Boston Consulting Group ( )
19821982
 
Engineer
Shell Oil, Westhollow Research Center ( )
19791979
 
Design Engineer
Chevron USA, Richmond Refinery ( )
19781978
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Wei Xu
****@colorado.edu
20162016
Coauthor
Wei Xu
****@baidu.com
20162016
Coauthor
Sandhitsu Das
****@seas.upenn.edu
20142014
Coauthor
Brian Avants
****@grasp.upenn.edu
20102014
Coauthor
Brian Avants
****@gmail.com
20102014
Coauthor
James Gee
****@mail.med.upenn.edu
20102014
Coauthor
Paramveer Dhillon
****@cis.upenn.edu
20082014
Coauthor
Kamal Nigam
****@cs.cmu.edu
20002000
Coauthor
Andrew McCallum
****@cs.umass.edu
20002000
Coauthor
Dale Schuurmans
****@cs.ualberta.ca
19971997
Coauthor
Marcos Salganicoff
****@siemens.com
19951996

Expertise

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