Corey Snyder

Corey Snyder
Corey Snyder - BSEE '04

Corey Snyder is a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). He works under Professor Minh Do in the Computational Imaging Group, and his research focuses on signal processing, machine learning, and pattern recognition. His research interests are in "non-supervised learning," which includes work in semi-supervised, weakly supervised, self-supervised, and few-shot learning where labeled data is scarce.

He received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering with Highest Honors in May 2018 and his Masters of Science in December 2020, both from Illinois. As a student, he has been extremely active in the departmental. He was a member of Eta Kappa Nu and is currently the co-chair of ECE GradSAC (student advancement committee). He has also been a teaching assistant in ECE 310 and 311.

He spent summers as a Field Applications Engineer Intern for Texas Instruments (2016), a Software Development Engineer Intern for (2017), and a Research Intern in the Imaging Systems Group at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (2020). He was a recipient of numerous awards and honors: E. A. Reid Fellowship, James M. Henderson Fellowship, Harold L. Olesen Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching by Graduate Students, Edward C. Jordan Award, Bradley J. Griffis Endowed Scholarship, O. Thomas and Martha S. Purl Scholarship, Oakley Award, Robert M. Janowiak Scholarship, and the Robert M. Stephens Scholarship.