David Alvarez-Melis

Microsoft

Names

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David Alvarez-Melis (Preferred)

Emails

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****@mit.edu
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****@microsoft.com
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****@csail.mit.edu
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****@gmail.com
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****@seas.harvard.edu

Education & Career History

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Senior Researcher
Microsoft (microsoft.com)
2021Present
 
Postdoc
Microsoft (microsoft.com)
20192021
 
PhD student
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
20142019
 
MS student
New York University (nyu.edu)
20112013
 
Undergrad student
ITAM (itam.edu)
20062011
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Youssef Mroueh
****@us.ibm.com
2017Present
 
Coworker
Nicolo Fusi
****@microsoft.com
20192021
 
PhD Advisor
Tommi Jaakkola
****@csail.mit.edu
20142019
 
PhD Advisor
Mehryar Mohri
****@cs.nyu.edu
20112013
 

Expertise

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Optimal Transport
2016Present
 
Interpretability
2016Present
 
Deep Learning
2015Present
 
Neural Networks
2014Present
 
Natural Language Processing
2013Present
 
Machine Learning
2011Present