Assistant Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Caroline Uhler's main research is in mathematical statistics and its applications to computational biology. She is particularly interested in the area of algebraic statistics, which exploits the use of algebraic techniques to develop new paradigms and algorithms for data analysis. In her research, she uses methods from algebraic geometry, computational algebra and combinatorics to study statistical theory problems, such as parameter estimation and identification in graphical models. Besides her theoretical interests, she also works on developing mathematical and statistical tools for applications to computational biology.
Causality , Spring 2022Visiting Scientist and Program Organizer
Algorithmic Spectral Graph Theory , Fall 2014Visiting Scientist
Theoretical Foundations of Big Data Analysis , Fall 2013Research Fellow