Matthew Matero

Matthew Matero

Computer Science PhD Student

HLAB @ Stony Brook University


Currently I’m enrolled as a Computer Science PhD student at Stony Brook University. My background is in both computer science and mathematics, which I double majored in as an undergrad. As a graduate researcher I focus on the domain of Natural Language Processing particularly in the subfield of time-series analysis and human centered NLP. In my research I’ve gained experience with both traditional machine learning and deep learning techniques using tools such as Sklearn and PyTorch.

During my time in industry as a software engineer I’ve gained years of experience creating full stack web applications. While I have knowledge across the entire stack my specialization is in backend systems and devops(ansible/aws). Throughout my career I’ve worked with a variety of tools and frameworks ranging from Java/Spring to Ruby on Rails, as well as many JavaScript frameworks and libraries(Angular.js 1.x, Vue.js) and a handful of SQL flavors(MySQL, T-SQL, and PostgreSQL).


  • Natural Language Processing
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Time-Series Analysis


  • PhD in Computer Science, In Progress

    Stony Brook University

  • MS in Computer Science, 2019

    Stony Brook University

  • BSc in Computer Science & Mathematics (double major), 2015

    Adelphi University

Recent Publications

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Autoregressive Affective Language Forecasting: A Self-Supervised Task



Research Assistant

Stony Brook Universeity: HLAB

Jun 2020 – Present

Teaching Assistant

Stony Brook Universeity

Aug 2019 – Jun 2020
  • CSE 528: Natural Language Processing
  • CSE 545: Big Data Analytics

Software Engineer

WineRing Inc

May 2016 – May 2020
Manage data pipeline for processing in machine learning systems