I am a third year Ph.D student at Institute for Adaptive and Neural Computation, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, working with Charles Sutton. Before this, I completed my master supervised by Zoubin Ghahramani at Cambridge University Engineering Department. Research topics I'm interested in include approximate inference, (deep) generative models, probabilistic programming - together with their applications to fields like neuroscience and intuitive physics. Mentioning interests, I also love cats.

I'm a member of the core team of the Turing probabilistic programming language. I write efficient and robust software on Hamiltonian Monte Carlo methods in Julia (AdvancedHMC.jl).

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