Edward McFowland III


I am a Ph.D. candidate of Information Systems in the Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University, as well as a Masters student in the Machine Learning Department.  I am a recipient of both the AT&T Labs Fellowship and the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.  My research interests include efficient statistical machine learning methods for anomalous pattern detection in massive multivariate data and their application to business, policy, and management. I am a member of the Event & Pattern Detection Lab (Heinz College), the Auton Lab (Robotics Institute), and the iLab (Heinz College); my research is advised by Professor Daniel Neill.

Originally I am from Saint Louis, MO where I lived until I moved to Pittsburgh to begin my academic career at CMU.  Being from Saint Louis, I am what you would call a die-hard Saint Louis Cardinals Fan.

About Me

Ph.D. Candidate