Alex Dimakis

University of Texas at Austin

Names

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Alex Dimakis
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Alexandros G. Dimakis

Emails

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****@austin.utexas.edu
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****@gmail.com
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****@usc.edu

Education & Career History

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Associate Professor
University of Texas at Austin
Present
University of Texas at Austin
Present
Associate Professor
University of Texas, Austin (utexas.edu)
2013Present
 
Assistant Professor
University of Southern California (usc.edu)
20092013
 
PhD student
University of California Berkeley (berkeley.edu)
20032008
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Martin Wainwright
****@eecs.berkeley.edu
20032008
 
PhD Advisor
Kannan Ramchandran
****@eecs.berkeley.edu
20032008
 

Expertise

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Generative Adversarial Networks
20152017
 
Generative Models
20152017
 
Large scale machine learning
20102017
 
Compressed Sensing
20072017
 
Information Theory
20032017