Stefanie Jegelka


I am an X-Consortium Career Development Assistant Professor at MIT EECS, and a member of CSAIL, IDSS, the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning at MIT.
Before that, I was a postdoc in the AMPlab and computer vision group at UC Berkeley, and a PhD student at the Max Planck Institutes in Tuebingen and at ETH Zurich.

My research is in algorithmic machine learning, and spans modeling, optimization algorithms, theory and applications. In particular, we have been working on exploiting mathematical structure for discrete and combinatorial machine learning problems.
More details about my research can be found in these publications.

Thanks to NSF, Google, ADI and Shell for supporting our research!

If you would like to work with me:
Please apply to the EECS graduate program. I am happy to talk when you are here.
Unfortunately, I am not able to take on any interns.


2 paper accepted to ICML. Congratulations Chengtao!

I received a Google Research Award!

I received an NSF CAREER award!

We will present 2 orals at AISTATS - congratulations Zi and Chengtao!

I received the Mustererkennungspreis (German Pattern Recognition Award) 2015