Petros Maniatis

Google Brain

Names

How do you usually write your name as author of a paper? Also add any other names you have authored papers under.

Petros Maniatis (Preferred)

Emails

Enter email addresses associated with all of your current and historical institutional affiliations, as well as all your previous publications, and the Toronto Paper Matching System. This information is crucial for deduplicating users, and ensuring you see your reviewing assignments.

****@google.com

Education & Career History

Enter your education and career history. The institution domain is used for conflict of interest detection and institution ranking. For ongoing positions, leave the end field blank.

Research Scientist
Google Brain (google.com)
2014Present
 
Research Scientist
Intel Research (intel.com)
20032014
 
PhD student
Stanford University (stanford.edu)
19972003
 
MS student
Stanford University (stanford.edu)
19951997
 
Undergrad student
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (di.uoa.gr)
19901994
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

Enter all advisors, co-workers, and other people that should be included when detecting conflicts of interest.

PhD Advisor
Mary Baker
****@hp.com
19962003
 

Expertise

For each line, enter comma-separated keyphrases representing an intersection of your interests. Think of each line as a query for papers in which you would have expertise and interest. For example: deep learning, RNNs, dependency parsing

machine learning for software engineering
2017Present
 
computer security
2010Present
 
distributed systems
2000Present