About Daniel "Max
Daniel Kunkle is currently a PhD student
in the College of Computer and Information Science
at Northeastern University, focusing in the areas
of data mining and machine learning.
He received his MS in Computer Science
at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in 2003, focusing
on evolutionary search & optimization and emergent
behavior in computation. He received a BS with highest
honors in Information Technology RIT in 2001.
His Master's thesis explores methods
of classifying one-dimensional cellular automata
based on dynamical complexity. In 2002, he consulted
with the Laboratory for Applied Computing at
RIT, developing evolutionary methods for optimizing
the halftone printing of continuous-tone images.
In the summer of 2001 he was an intern
for Stephen Guerin at BiosGroup developing systems
for the visualization of complex systems.
Dan's current research page is http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/kunkle/.
old research page: redfish.com/dkunkle.