Projects and Groups
- Artificial Intelligence for Optimization
- Data Analytics Research
- Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Professional Interest Community (KDD PIC)
- Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis
- Smarter Cities: Analytics, Sensing, Communications, Incentives for Livability and Efficiency
- TAKMI - Text Analysis and Knowledge Mining
- Computer Science
- Algorithms and Theory
- Artificial Intelligence
- Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
- Natural Language Processing
- Operations Research
IBM Research -- Tokyo
Rudy Raymond currently works as a technical assistant of the Director of IBM Research -- Tokyo.
At the same time, he is actively pursuing research in the theoretical aspects of algorithm techniques, data mining, and optimization. His work on theoretical aspects of algorithms is mainly on the analysis of Quantum Computation and Information (QCI), which is a novel computation that exploits quantum mechanical phenomena. The experiences on working with advance math tools for QCI have inspired him to apply them to solve real-world problems.
In IBM Research, he has been working with clients in telecommunication and automotive industries for analyzing their large sensor datasets (big data). His latest research includes tracking objects from their sequences of noisy GPS points and designing efficient and accurate algorithms for analyzing time-series data.
Rudy Raymond was born in Padang, Indonesia. He was a student of SMA (Senior High School) Taruna Nusantara Magelang before coming to Japan in 1996 under Japanese Government Scholarship award. He joined IBM Research -- Tokyo in 2006 after graduating from Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University.