Sanjay Krishnan’s research focuses on applications of machine learning and control theory to computer and cyber-physical systems problems. His group explores the intersection of AI and data science—towards a world where intelligent systems can automatically perform many of the data analytics tasks, we currently expect humans to do. By designing “intelligent learning systems,” that automatically adapt and optimize to new data and tasks, Asst. Prof. Krishnan hopes to create more flexible and powerful systems that enable visions of a more autonomous world.
At UChicago CS, he will be teaching the introductory Computer Science with Applications undergraduate course, and hopes to add a seminar on AI reinforcement learning. He will also work with the department’s growing data science and database and AI and machine learning research groups.