Jeffrey Fisher

Visiting Fellow and AFHEA




I’m a current PhD student and lecturer in computer science at ANU.

My research focus is on entity resolution, and in particular on ways of making collective entity resolution techniques more useful for real-world applications. My work centres on improving scalability, evaluating entity resolution and generating training data for collective entity resolution.

I have been involved in teaching a variety of courses at ANU. I am currently convening COMP1730 Programming for Scientists, and I have also been involved in teaching undergraduate programming, algorithms and data mining courses. I have also taught the equivalent courses at the masters level and as part of the MADA program.

Activities & Awards

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