This summer I am scheduled to offer section 0201 of CMSC420: Data Structures during Summer Session I.
For the Spring 2017 semester, I will be offering 8 sections of CMSC 250: Discrete Structures, alongside Bill Gasarch.
Starting from August 2016, I will be a full-time lecturer in the CS department at UMD. I will be offering 2-3 sections of CMSC 250: “Discrete Structures” for the Fall semester, and possibly expand on that during the Spring semester.
As of 02-23 I’m back in the University of Maryland and resumed my work with Dr. Subrahmanian on learning stochastic automata for better action recognition and cyber-security.
I’ve had to take medical leave from UMD up until the Spring Semester of 2016. More details are available on my blog.
Hello and thanks for stopping by. I’m Jason Filippou, a PhD student in the Computer Science department at the University of Maryland, College Park. I work in the LCCD lab under the supervision of V.S Subrahmanian in topics that have to do with probabilistic logical inference, rule/structure learning from large data streams and action recognition on Cyber-Security and Computer Vision datasets. I also help teach undergraduate CS students various courses; for the Spring 2015 semester, I’m a TA for CMSC 420: Data Structures under Larry Davis.
In my spare time, I mostly play acoustic and bass guitar, read books on psychology, do some coding and think. The various pages on this website should give you a better idea of my activities. If you want to talk, multiple options exist; just look underneath the little map to the right.