Erik Cambria received his BEng and MEng with honors in Electronic Engineering from the University of Genoa in 2005 and 2008, respectively. In 2012, he was awarded his PhD in Computing Science and Mathematics following the completion of an EPSRC project in collaboration with MIT Media Lab, which was selected as impact case study by the University of Stirling for the UK Research Excellence Framework (REF2014). After working at HP Labs India, Microsoft Research Asia, and NUS Temasek Labs, in 2014 Dr Cambria joined NTU School of Computer Science and Engineering as Assistant Professor. His current affiliations also include Rolls-Royce@NTU, Delta@NTU, A*STAR IHPC, MIT Synthetic Intelligence Lab, and the Brain Sciences Foundation. He is Associate Editor of Elsevier KBS and IPM, Springer AIRE and Cognitive Computation, IEEE CIM, and Editor of the IEEE IS Department on Affective Computing and Sentiment Analysis, fields in which he is one of the most productive authors. Dr Cambria is also recipient of several awards, e.g., the Temasek Research Fellowship, and is involved in many international conferences as Workshop Organizer, e.g., ICDM and KDD, PC Member, e.g., AAAI and ACL, Program Chair, e.g., ELM and FLAIRS, and Keynote Speaker, e.g., CICLing.
GScholar h-index: 41
Scopus h-index: 24
SCI h-index: 15
Erdös no: 2
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