Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science
Michael I. Mandel, PhD is an associate professor of Computer and Information Science at Brooklyn College, working at the intersection of machine learning, signal processing, and psychoacoustics. He holds a BS from MIT and an MS and PhD from Columbia University. Michael has worked as a research scientist, algorithm developer, and postdoctoral research fellow. In 2018, the National Science Foundation awarded him a $500,000+ grant to analyze audio recordings from the Alaskan wilderness. This will help researchers study the migratory patterns of animals like songbirds, waterfowl, and caribou, and assess how they are affected by climate change and human-generated noises.
Friday, November 15
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM