Jaime Carbonell is the Allen Newell Professor in the School of Computer Science. He is the Director of the Language Technologies Institute. Overall, he has published over 250 articles and books. His research includes text and data mining, machine translation, reasoning under uncertainty, and computational proteomics where he investigates machine learning and language technologies to predict proteomic 3D structure (a.k.a. “the folding problem”) and function. Dr. Carbonell has served on various advisory committees including the NIH Human Genome Advisory Committee and the National German AI Lab (DFKI) Scientific Advisory Board. He has also served as an advisor for numerous technology startups and companies, and has consulted to large financial institutions such as Citigroup. He received his MS and Ph.D. from Yale University and his BS in Physics from MIT.