A little bit more details about Liping
The four favorite things she has been enjoying doing every day:
- Programming — communicating with her computer(s), from laptops to servers to HPC clusters, in different languages
- Writing — communicating with her (academic + tech) readers on paper and/or on computer screens
- Reading — communicating with her (academic + tech) writers
- Thinking — communicating with her mind and experience and observations to seek and discover solutions to her research questions…
Why Liping writes this blog
There are so many materials about machine learning and deep learning in the digital ocean. Here, Liping would like to share some materials she thinks really useful for her to understand and grow in deep learning. This is a small garden on an island in the big digital ocean about machine learning and deep learning.
First of all, Liping would like to express her sincere thanks to her postdoctoral mentors Prof. Alan MacEachren and Prof. Guido Cervone for their great support to let her delve into machine learning and deep learning areas. Her gratitude also goes to Dr. Davide Del Vento, Dr. Chul Sung, Dr. Chuck Pavloski, Prof. Prasenjit Mitra, Dr. Teresa Onorati, Dr. Sidd Banerjee, Derek Morr, Tom Canich, Anderson Banihirwe, Neal McBurnett, Scott Pezanowski, Morteza Karimzadeh, Xi Liu, Fangcao Xu, Eun-Kyeong Kim, Samuel Stehle, Yanan Xin, Elena Sava, Mehdi Shahriari, Weiming Hu, Yifan Pan, and all other GeoLab members for their advice, discussions, and resources shared with her on her machine learning and deep learning journey.
Also, many thanks go to those bloggers (esp. Jason Brownlee and Andy Thomas) and online course instructors (esp. Prof. Andrew Ng) etc. Without them, Liping could not have started with her deep learning garden.
Sharing makes our world brighter and warmer!
Liping is indebted to her PhD advisor Prof. Mike Worboys and co-advisor Prof. Kate Beard, as well as her family, who have been hugely supportive throughout her career development and her life.