Past members

Alexandre Khae Wu Navarro

Alexandre is currently a PhD student supervised by Dr. Richard Turner and Dr. Carl Rasmussen. His main research interest lies in the intersection between Directional Statistics and probabilistic Machine Learning, both in fundamental and applied research. He is also interested in variational methods, causal inference, partially-observed Markov processes (encompassing change-point models). For an overview of […]

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Yutian Chen

Yutian Chen joined the machine learning group as a research associate (Postdoc) in August 2013. He earned his B.E. of Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University in China in June 2007 and Ph.D. of Computer Science from University of California, Irvine in the United States in June 2013. His research interests lie in the areas of […]

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Maxim Rabinovich

Maxim Rabinovich received an AB (with Highest Honors) in Mathematics from Princeton in 2013. There, he worked with David Blei on context-sensitive topic modeling. At Cambridge, where he is supported by the Overseas Trust, he is a student of Zoubin Ghahramani. His primary research interests are in machine learning and natural language processing; he is […]

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Antonio Artés-Rodríguez

I received the Ingenierio de Telecomuniacion and Doctor Ingeniero de Telecomunicacion both from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, in 1988 and 1992, respectively. I have been Associate Professor at Universidad de Vigo, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and Universidad de Alcalá, and since 2002 I am a Professor at the Department of Signal Theory and […]

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Yingzhen Li

Yingzhen received a Bacholar degree in Mathematics from Sun Yat-sen University in China. She joined the group in Oct 2013, supervised by Dr. Richard Turner and funded by Schlumberger Foundation. She is mainly interested in approximate inference algorithms. In general she has broad interests in topics including deep learning, transfer learning, information theory, and optimization.

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Jes Frellsen

Jes received his PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of Copenhagen with Dr. Thomas Hamelryck as his main supervisor. He also hold a  BSc in mathematics and computer science and a MSc in Bioinformatics. After his PhD he was a postdoc with Professor Anders Krogh in Copenhagen. He joined the Cambridge Machine Learning group as […]

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Thang Bui

Thang received a B.Eng in Telecommunications Engineering from The University of Adelaide, Australia. He joined the group in October 2013, supervised by Richard Turner. He is interested in probabilistic methods for signal processing.

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David Lopez-Paz

I work with Zoubin Ghahramani on the development of statistical methods able to unsupervisedly extract causal knowledge from data. For updated information, visit lopezpaz.org.

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Yarin Gal

Yarin received an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Oxford, supervised by Dr. Phil Blunsom. Prior to his MSc, he worked as a software engineer for three years at IDesia Biometrics and he did his undergraduate in Mathematics and Computer Science at the Open University in Israel. He is funded by the Europe Google Doctoral Fellowship.

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Colorado Reed

Colorado received a BSc in Applied Physics: Computer Science from the University of Iowa. He has interned with the Machine Learning Group at JPL as well as the LIGO group at Caltech. His previous research was mainly in experimental high energy physics and astrophysics. He is an MPhil student with Zoubin Ghahramani funded by the Churchill Scholarship.

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Novi Quadrianto

Novi received a PhD in Computer Science at the Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia in 2012. He earned a BEng degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He is now a Newton Fellow of the Royal Society, and a Junior Fellow of Wolfson College. His research focuses on addressing challenges for Internet applications in the context of machine learning.

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Mark van der Wilk

Mark received an MEng in Information and Computer Engineering from the University of Cambridge in 2012, after moving to Cambridge from the Netherlands to study Engineering in 2008. He joined the group in October 2012, supervised by Carl Rasmussen and is funded by an EPSRC Doctoral Training Award. He is a member of Jesus College.

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