Alex Guyer received a B.S. in computer science at Oregon State University in 2020 and continued at Oregon State to complete an M.S. degree in 2022. His master's thesis was related to out-of-distribution detection and open-set recognition in deep learning. Guyer continued his research as a faculty research assistant, and is now a full-time instructor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Guyer is particularly interested in various machine learning topics, especially those related to computer vision. He also spends a lot of time researching software engineering and computer graphics (especially Vulkan and OpenGL applications).