NEU Probabilistic Programming Lab

The Northeastern Probabilistic Programming Laboratory (NeuPPL) is part of the Programming Research Laboratory at Northeastern University. We do research at the intersection of programming languages, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Our main goal is to design tools and formal foundations to make probabilistic modeling fast, accessible, and useful for solving every-day reasoning tasks.

  •   308 West Village H.
         440 Huntington Ave., Boston MA
  •  s.holtzen@northeastern.edu
  •  GitHub

Currently we have the following ongoing projects:

  • Design and implementation of probabilistic programming languages. Project page
  • Formal foundations for reasoning about probability. Project page

Members & Collaborators

Steven Holtzen
Assistant Professor
Personal webpage
Email: s.holtzen@northeastern.edu
Brianna Marshall
PhD. Student (co-advised with Amal Ahmed)
Personal webpage
Email: marshall.sa@northeastern.edu
John Li
PhD. Student (co-advised with Amal Ahmed)
Personal webpage
Email: li.john@northeastern.edu
Minsung Cho
PhD. Student
Personal webpage
Email: minsung@ccs.neu.edu
Sam Stites
PhD. Student
Personal webpage
Email: stites.s@northeastern.edu
Jack Czenszak
Undergraduate Student
Personal webpage
Email: czenszak.j@northeastern.edu


Collaborators:

Former members:

  • Matthew Wang. Research Assistant. Jul 2023 — Aug 2023
    Personal webpage
    Now at Teaching Faculty at University of Washington