The Johns Hopkins University + Amazon Initiative for Artificial Intelligence (AI2AI) has selected 6 JHU WSE Ph.D. candidates for its inaugural round of Amazon Fellows. These individuals have been selected based on their outstanding publication record, research proposal, and mentor support. They represent the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Biomedical Engineering.
2022-2023 AI2AI Fellows
Jeya Maria Jose
Jeya is from Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India, and earned his Bachelor's degree from National Institute of Technology, Trichy, India. He fills his free time by listening to music, reading fiction, watching movies, dabbling in philosophy, and following football.
Personal Website: https://jeya-maria-jose.github.io/research/
Personal Website: https://kellymarchisio.github.io/
Arya previously attended Southern Methodist University, where he earned his B.S. in math and computer science, and his M.S. in computer science. While he is originally from Dallas, Texas, he has also called Edinburgh, Boston, Baltimore, the Bay Area, and New York his home. In his spare time, he bagpipes–a self-proclaimed great way to social distance–in addition to baking, biking, reading, and running.
Personal Website: cs.jhu.edu/~arya
Carolina Pacheco Oñate
Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/view/carolina-pacheco
He has worked on several things under the broad umbrella of speech processing, but his thesis is focused on building systems that can recognize free-flowing multi-party conversations. He develops models that tell you, ``who spoke when and what,`` enabling applications such as real-time meeting transcription and smart medical assistants.
When not working, Desh splits his time doing bouldering, picking his guitar, and reading fiction.
Personal Website: https://desh2608.github.io/
Personal Website: anshulbshah.github.io