Data-Inspired Discovery * Algorithmic Fairness Lab
Carlos Monroy, PhD
Dr. Monroy is an Assistant Professor at UST and Director of the DID*AF Lab. His research interests include: socio-technical systems, data and text mining, algorithmic fairness, data science, learning analytics, and computer science pedagogy.
A Computer Science major, Luis worked on a project that analyzed 911 emergency calls for improving resource allocation. He was also the president of the Math Club at UST.
Kaily majored in Computational Biology. She is interested in data analytics as well in solving and understanding human biological issues and systems with computation. Conducted research with endangered indigenous plants of Houston.
Originally from Mexico, Sergio is a Computer Science major, interested in machine learning and data science. His background in sales has led him to become interested in applying data science methods for: a) increasing revenue, b) estimating risks, and c) making everyday tasks more automated.
Sarita majored in Computational Biology. Conducted genetic research in C elegans in the lab of Dr. Alexandra Simmons. While working in that field, she developed an interest in the use of computing technologies for exploring and analyzing Biological data sets.
Jose Luis Zuñiga
A Music Performance and Computer Science double-major, Jose Luis is interested in applying computing concepts to music theory. His research included development of computer-generated Schenkerian analyses and figured-bass realizations.
Majoring in Computer Science and a Colombian native, Andres' interest in machine learning stemmed from ideas derived from a family business, which has made him realized the need for systems and process automation.