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Members

Faculty

Anurag Agarwal

Associate Professor
School of Mathematical Sciences
(RIT)

C. Lee Giles

David Reese Professor
College of Information Sciences and Technology
(PennState)

Douglas W. Oard

Professor and Assoc. Dean for Faculty
College of Information Studies & Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS)
(Univ. Maryland, College Park)

Richard Zanibbi

Professor and Project Lead
Department of Computer Science
(RIT)

PhD Students

PhD STUDENT

Mahshad Mahdavi

Math notation detection and recognition
(RIT)

PhD STUDENT

Behrooz Mansouri

Math information needs, math-aware search engines
(RIT)

PhD STUDENT

Shaurya Rohatgi

Math-aware query autocompletion
(PennState)

PhD STUDENT

Wei
Zhong

Math-aware search engines, retrieval performance
(RIT)

Master's Students

MSc STUDENT

Abishai
Dmello

Formula query summarization
(RIT - thesis)

MSc STUDENT

Puneeth
Kukkadapu

Formula detection in scanned document images
(RIT - project)

MSc STUDENT

Parag
Mali

Formula detection in born-digital documents
(RIT - thesis)

MSc STUDENT

Gavin
Nishizawa

Research Programmer
Interfaces for math-aware search
(RIT)

Other Current Members

BSc STUDENT

Yancarlos
Diaz

Research Assistant
Interfaces for math-aware search
(RIT)

COLLABORATOR

Jian Wu

Query auto-completion and math-aware search
(Old Dominion University)

MathSeer Project Alumni

  • Ritvik Joshi, MSc Project Student, RIT.  Completed work on a system for extracting symbols from PDF files (SymbolScraper). Ritvik is currently working at Petuum Corporation.
  • Rahul Dashora, MSc Project Student, RIT. Did some early work with parsing formulas in PDF documents.
  • Xuan Huan (part-time MSc Research Assistant, 2017-2018), RIT. Did early work on the MathSeer interface, and helped develop and refine the MathSeer logo.
  • Xuechun Wu (MA, Graphic Design, consultant Spring 2018), RIT. Provided helpful interface interaction and design refinements.

Advisory Board

MathSeer is supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the National Science Foundation