Kevin Scannell, Ph.D.
Professor ; Graduate Coordinator
Department of Computer Science
CSCI 3200 Programming Languages, CSCI 5030 Principles of Software Development, CSCI 5030 Principles of Software Development, CSCI 5030 Principles of Software Development, CSCI 1300 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming, CSCI 4930 Special Topics: Natural Language Processing, CSCI 5755 Natural Language Processing
- Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of California-Los Angeles
- B.S. in Pure Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kevin Scannell earned a BS in Pure Mathematics at MIT in 1991 and a Ph.D. in Mathematics at UCLA in 1996 under the supervision of Geoffrey Mess. His mathematical research focused on hyperbolic 3-manifolds, low-dimensional topology, and mathematical physics. After spending two years at Rice University as a G. C. Evans postdoctoral instructor, he joined the faculty at Saint Louis University in 1998. His current research uses machine learning to develop computational resources that support speakers of indigenous and minority languages around the world, particularly Irish and the other Celtic languages.
- Machine Learning
- Natural Language Processing
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