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Clayton Scott

Professor
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering

PhD, Electrical Engineering, Rice University
MS, Electrical Engineering, Rice University
AB, Mathematics, Harvard University

Clay Scott received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Rice University in 2004, and joined the University of Michigan in 2006 with a primary appointment in EECS. His research interests focus on statistical machine learning theory and algorithms, with an emphasis on nonparametric methods for supervised and unsupervised learning. He has also worked on a number of applications stemming from various scientific disciplines, including brain imaging, nuclear threat detection, environmental monitoring, and computational biology. In 2010, he received the Career Award from the National Science Foundation.

University Affiliation(s)

Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics | MIDAS

Grants

  • Principal investigator of: supplement to Learning and Adapting to Spatio-Temporal Anomalies
  • Principal investigator of: CAREER: Guided Sensing
  • Co-investigator of: Automatic Three Dimensional (3D) Registration for Enhanced Cancer Management