|Andrew Gordon Wilson
PhD Student in the Machine Learning Group at the University of Cambridge
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I have broad interests in machine learning and statistics. I am particularly interested in developing Bayesian nonparametric models for automatic pattern discovery and extrapolation.
In January 2014 I completed my PhD dissertation, "Covariance Kernels for Fast Automatic Pattern Discovery and Extrapolation with Gaussian processes" (news story), in the Machine Learning Group at the University of Cambridge, where I am a member of Trinity College. I am soon starting a research fellowship in the Sailing Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.
Outside of work, I am a classical pianist who particularly enjoys Glenn Gould's playing of Bach.
I am also interested in modern physics, I write essays and fiction, and I enjoy squash, tennis, badminton, soccer, and chess.
Highlight: Video Lecture on Spectral Mixture (SM) Kernels
A note on GPRNs and changepoints