Pedro Sandoval

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I am currently a 1st year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland at College Park. I earned my bachelor's degree in Joint Computer Science and Math from Harvey Mudd College. I am interested in planning algorithms and problems arising from multi-agent coordination and communication.

In the past, I was part of AMISTAD Lab where I studied notions of algorithm capacity and dataset complexity with Prof. George Montañez. I was also part of a neural networks research group exploring programming language translation under the guidance of Prof. Robert Keller.

In my free time, I enjoy running, building physical computing projects with Arduino, and developing apps for iOS.


Drissi, Sandoval, Ojha, Medero. "Harvey Mudd College at SemEval-2019 Task 4: The Clint-Buchanan Hyperpartisan News Detector". In Proceedings of The 13th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation, 2019. [arXiv:1905.01962]

Drissi, Watkins, Khant, Ojha, Sandoval, Segev, Weiner, Keller. “Programming Language Translation using a Grammar-Driven Tree-to-Tree Model”. Neural Abstract Machines and Program Induction (NAMPI), 2018. [arXiv:1807.01784]


CMSC 436: Programming Handheld Systems, Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland at College Park

CS 81: Computability and Logic, Grader and Tutor, Harvey Mudd College

MATH 187: Operations Research, Grader, Harvey Mudd College



Feel free to email psando AT cs DOT umd DOT edu