Carnegie Mellon University

Piotr Mardziel

Piotr Mardziel

Systems Scientist, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Address 5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

Piotr Mardziel is a systems scientist in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. His research revolves around interpretability and accountability for privacy and fairness in machine learning pipelines. His work also includes probabilistic programming and formal methods with applications to privacy and information security. Prior to joining CMU, Piotr was a post-doctoral researcher at CMU CyLab and the University of Maryland where he completed his Ph.D. within the Programming Languages group (PLUM).

Education

Ph.D., 2016
University of Maryland, College Park

M.S., 2007
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

B.S., 2005
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Research

Keywords

  • Computer Systems: Security and Privacy: Analytics and Machine Learning
  • Computer Systems: Security and Privacy: Foundations and Formal Methods
  • Computer Systems: Application Domains: Machine learning
  • Signal Processing, Communications and Controls: Data Science: Machine Learning
  • Signal Processing, Communications and Controls: Data Science: Deep Learning
  • Signal Processing, Communications and Controls: Theoretical
  • Foundations: Information Theory
  • Fairness
  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Programming Languages
  • Static Analysis
  • Information Flow