PhD Student, Boston University
Andrea Burns is a second year PhD student at BU and a member of the Image and Video Computing lab. She is currently taking _. Her previous coursework includes CS591: Introduction to Natural Language Processing, CS520: Programming Languages (Spring 2019), CS591: Advanced Optimization Algorithms, and CS585: Image and Video Computing (Fall 2018). She also has experience with machine learning and has taken a sequence of courses (undergraduate + graduate level) at Tulane University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science. She is primarily interested in computer vision and natural language processing. In her undergraduate studies she minored in French and continued her passion for dance by taking classes and starting her own organization.
Andrea hopes to work in industry after the completion of her PhD, in the pursuit of projects that will impact people positively in application. She has recently been interested in assistive technologies.