June 18-21, 2019
Beijing, CN
Tim Kraska

Tim Kraska
Professor, MIT


Tim Kraska is an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science in MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and codirector of the Data System and AI Lab at MIT (DSAIL@CSAIL). His research focuses on building systems for machine learning and using machine learning for systems. Previously, Tim was an assistant professor at Brown, spent time at Google Brain, and was a postdoc in the AMPLab at UC Berkeley after his PhD at ETH Zurich. Tim’s a 2017 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in computer science and received several awards including the 2018 VLDB Early Career Research Contribution Award, the 2017 VMware Systems Research Award, an NSF CAREER Award, as well as several best paper and demo awards at VLDB and ICDE.


10:2010:40 Friday, June 21, 2019
英文讲话 (Presented in English)
Location: 紫金大厅A(Grand Hall A)
Tim Kraska (MIT)
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Systems and applications are composed from basic data structures and algorithms. Most of these have been around since the beginnings of CS and form every intro lecture. Yet, we might soon face an inflection point. Tim Kraska outlines different ways to build learned algorithms and data structures to achieve instance optimality and unprecedented performance for a wide range of applications. Read more.