Daniel P. Miranker

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Daniel P. Miranker
Citizenship United States
Alma mater MIT
Columbia University
Scientific career
Fields Computer science
Artificial intelligence
Bioinformatics
Semantic web
Institutions University of Texas at Austin
Thesis TREAT: a new and efficient match algorithm for AI production systems (1987)
Doctoral advisor Salvatore J. Stolfo
Doctoral students

Mayank Kejriwal
Aibo Tian
Juan Sequeda
Syed Hamid Tirmizi
Smriti Ramakrishnan
Rui Mao
Shu Wang
Weijia Xu
François Barbançon
Lane Warshaw
Vasilis Samoladas
Lincoln Obermeyer
Robert Schrag
Roberto Baryardo, Jr
Shiow-Yang Wu
David Brant

Chin-Ming Kuo
Website www.cs.utexas.edu/~miranker

Daniel P. Miranker is a Full Professor in the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin.[1] His father is Willard L. Miranker.

He co-founded Capsenta with Juan Sequeda in 2015, which stemmed from their research project, Ultrawrap.[2]

His academic interests are in bioinformatics and the Semantic Web[1]

Education[edit]

Miranker earned an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from MIT in 1979 and a PhD in Computer Science from Columbia University in 1987, under the supervision of Salvatore Stolfo.[1]

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