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I am a Ph.D. student in Machine Learning Department at CMU advised by Eric Xing. My research interests are in learning theory, information theory, representation learning, including various latent variable models. I am also interested in applications in healthcare, natural language, and general AI.
I got an M.Sc. in Computer Science from KAUST where I worked with Khaled Salama and collaborated with Gert Cauwenberghs on neuromorphic approaches to machine learning. I also hold a B.Sc. in Physics from Lomonosov Moscow State University and M.Eng. in Data Analysis from Yandex Data School.
Besides my professional activities, I am a member of Carnegie Marathon Club, love doing sports and hiking in beautiful places. Also, I grew up in Moscow. Feel free to talk to me in Russian.
|Nov 15, 2016||GP-LSTMs will be presented at Bayesian Deep Learning workshop.|
|Oct 28, 2016||
Our paper on learning scalable recurrent kernels is now available on arXiv.
Gaussian Processes for Keras: initial code release on Github.
More updates, tutorials, and examples are coming soon!
|Aug 12, 2016||
A paper on HMMs with nonparametric emissions has been accepted to NIPS!
Preprint is available on arXiv and code on GitHub.
|Jul 1, 2016||Code releases for past and recent projects. Check out the code page.|
|Apr 24, 2016||Architectures Deep In Output Space accepted at ICML’16.|