Kai-min Kevin Chang is a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University. He is part of the university's Biotechnology Innovation and Computation Program. His work entails supervising students on innovative and entrepreneurial application of bio-imaging technology.
Kai-min's research areas include: Machine learning, cognitive modeling, brain imaging, eye tracking, computer vision, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, brain-computer interface, intelligent tutoring system, and speech recognition.
He holds a B.S in Psychology from Waterloo University and a PhD in Machine Learning from Carnegie Mellon.
Software engineering, Machine Learning, Computer Vision
Software engineering, machine learning, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction
Universities Mentored For
Carnegie Mellon University