Devika Subramanian

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Devika Subramanian's research interests are in artificial intelligence and machine learning and their applications in computational systems biology, neuroscience of human learning, assessments of hurricane risks, network analysis of power grids, mortality prediction in cardiology, conflict forecasting and analysis of terrorist networks, and analysis of unstructured text data.

Research Areas

Artificial intelligence, statistical machine learning, natural language processing, algorithms and tools for predictive modeling in engineering and in the natural and social sciences: hurricane wind damage risk, clinical cardiology, signaling networks in systems biology, conflict prediction from wire news


PhD, Computer Science, Stanford University 1(989)

MS, Computer Science, Stanford University (1984)

BTech, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (1982)

Honors & Awards

2009: Invited Plenary Speaker, Heart Failure Society of America

2006-2008: Microsoft Research ERP Board Member

2007: Invited Plenary Speaker, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence

2007: Invited Speaker, Grace Murray Hopper Conference

2002: CRA Distinguished Lecturer, University of Washington

2001: IJCAI Advisory Board

2001: Invited Speaker, NCARAI, Naval Research Laboratories

2000: Julia Miles Chance Prize for Excellence in Teaching, Rice University

1997-2001: Editorial Board, Journal of AI Research

1999: Technical Program co-Chair, AAAI