RAUL CASTRO FERNANDEZ

Assistant Professor, Computer Science, The University of Chicago

Chicago, IL, USA

Office 245, John Crerar Library

raulcf at uchicago.edu

Picture by Jason Dorfman@CSAIL

I am interested in the economics and value of data. The goal of my research is to understand how to make the best use of data possible. For that, I often build systems to share, discover, prepare, integrate, and process data. I often use techniques from data management, statistics, and machine learning. I'm part of ChiData, the data systems research group at The University of Chicago.

I'm always looking for great students and collaborators. If you are interested in doing a PhD or Postdoc with me, send me an email explaining your interest, and attach an up-to-date CV. If you are currently an undergraduate at UChicago and are interested in participating in a research project, send me an up-to-date CV and let's chat.

PUBLICATIONS

Preprint/Work in Progress
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013

STUDENTS

Below I include Postdocs, PhD, and Master students. In addition to these, I'm fortunate to work with great undergraduate students and occasionally with external students.
Postdocs and PhD Students
Master Students

TEACHING, SERVICE, BIO

Teaching
Service
Bio
I completed a postdoc at MIT working with Sam Madden. Before that, I obtained my PhD at Imperial College London working with Peter Pietzuch.

Picture by Jason Dorfman @ CSAIL. Raul Castro Fernandez © 2020