I am a postdoc in Computer Science at the University of Illinois in
Urbana-Champaign and a member of the
Research Group and Basketball Team.
Most of my research is at the intersection of Artificial
Intelligence and Systems. I am particularly interested in how we
model the world mathematically, where those models succeed and fail,
and why humans do it so much better than machines.
CV Research Statement
Contact The best way to reach me is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I usually
check my email once a day in the evening.
Anthony Cozzie, Samuel T. King. "Macho: Writing Programs from Natural
Language and Examples", University of Illinois Technical Report,
August 2012. PDF BIB
Anthony Cozzie, Murph Finnicum, Samuel T. King. "Macho: Programming
With Man Pages", Proceedings of the 2011 Workshop on Hot Topics in
Operating Systems (HotOS 2011), May
2011. PDF PPT BIB
Anthony Cozzie, "Detecting and Combining Programming Patterns",
Ph.D. Thesis. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
2011. PDF BIB
Anthony Cozzie, Frank Stratton, Hui Xue, Samuel T. King. "Digging for
Data Structures", 8th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and
Implementation (OSDI 2008), December
2008. PDF PPT MP3 BIB
Samuel T. King, Joseph Tucek, Anthony Cozzie, Chris Grier, Weihang
Jiang, Yuanyuan Zhou. "Designing and implementing malicious hardware",
First USENIX Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats
(LEET '08), April 2008. Award
Paper. PDF BIB
Robert Hyatt and Anthony Cozzie, "The Effect of Hash Signature
Collisions in a Chess Program". Journal of the International Computer
Games Association (ICGA 2005):
131-139. HTML BIB
Chetan Patel, Anthony Cozzie, Herman Schmit, Lawrence T. Pileggi, "An
architectural exploration of via patterned gate arrays". International
Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD 2003):
184-189. PDF BIB
I am the captain, spiritual leader, and organizing force behind the
Illinois Computer Science basketball team, The Bitbucket.
I am the author of Zappa, a program that plays
chess. It won the World Computer Chess Championship in 2005, but I
gradually stopped working on it to focus on my PhD.
I can fly! but sadly I'm currently grounded - too many other things to do right now!