Krzysztof Choromanski joined IEOR Department as an adjunct assistant professor in 2015. He is a member of the machine learning team at Google Research New York. Krzysztof joined Google Research after obtaining Ph.D from IEOR Department in 2013. His interests are very broad and cover: neural networks and randomized algorithms for kernels' approximations (in particular, he works on designing structured architectures that in addition provide speed-ups in computation and reduction of the space complexity with only minimal loss of accuracy), machine learning algorithms with privacy guarantees, algorithms retrieving data from highly perturbed statistics, online clustering as well as structural and probabilistic graph theory. In structural graph theory he focuses on the problems for classes of graphs defined by forbidden patterns. In his research he combines different techniques across the fields. He is publishing in journals/conferences from machine learning, graph theory and Physics. Krzysztof plays piano and is an avid salsa dancer.