Cedric Archambeau

Amazon Web Services

Names

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Cedric Archambeau
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Cédric Archambeau

Emails

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****@amazon.com
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****@gmail.com
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****@xrce.xerox.com
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****@uclouvain.be
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****@cs.ucl.ac.uk
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****@dice.ucl.ac.be

Education & Career History

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Principal Researcher
Amazon Web Services (amazon.com)
2017Present
 
Researcher
Amazon (amazon.com)
20132017
 
Researcher
Xerox Research Centre Europe, Xerox (xrce.xerox.com)
20092013
 
Postdoc
Department of Computer Science, University College London (cs.ucl.ac.uk)
20062009
 
PhD student
Universite catholique de Louvain (uclouvain.be)
20012005
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Matthias Seeger
****@amazon.de
2013Present
 
Postdoc Advisor
John Shawe-Taylor
****@ucl.ac.uk
20062009
 
Postdoc Advisor
Manfred Opper
****@tu-berlin.de
20062009
 
PhD Advisor
Michel Verleysen
****@uclouvain.be
20012005
 

Expertise

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Neural architecture search
2021Present
 
Fairness and bias mitigation
2017Present
 
Meta- and continual learning
2017Present
 
Hyperparameter optimization
2015Present
 
Bayesian optimization
2013Present
 
Bayesian nonparametrics
2008Present
 
Gaussian processes
2006Present
 
Approximate inference
2003Present
 
Probabilistic machine learning
2001Present