Doris Xin
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I'm a final-year PhD student in Computer Science at UC Berkeley, advised by Professor Aditya Parameswaran. My research focuses on developing software solutions for facilitating machine learning and data analytics. I developed Helix to accelerate machine learning model development through intelligent materialization and reuse of intermediate results. I am currently working on a lineage-powered collaboration platform for data scientists.



Updates


Our paper “Whither AutoML? Understanding the Role of Automation in Machine Learning Workflows” (pre-print) has been accepted at CHI ‘21!


Our vision for the future of dataframe research has been presented at VLDB ‘20 by Devin Petersohn. Paper: Towards Scalable Dataframe Systems. Video.



Our work titled “Demystifying a Dark Art: Understanding Real-World Machine Learning Model Development” has been accepted as a full paper and will be presented virtually at HILDA 2020.


I was invited to present our work on Helix (VLDB ‘19) at Google. Lots of interest in making maching learning development more agile and efficient!