David Duvenaud

Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

Names

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David Duvenaud (Preferred)
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David K. Duvenaud

Emails

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****@cs.toronto.edu
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****@cam.ac.uk
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****@seas.harvard.edu
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****@cs.ubc.ca
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****@gmail.com
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****@google.com

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto (cs.toronto.edu)
2016Present
 
Postdoc
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University (seas.harvard.edu)
20142017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Postdoc Advisor
Ryan P. Adams
****@princeton.edu
20142016
 
PhD Advisor
Carl Rasmussen
****@cam.ac.uk
20102014
 

Expertise

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learning to do inference
Present
 
latent variable models, Bayesian nonparametrics, graphical models
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automatic differentiation
Present
 
inference, variational autoencoders
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Gaussian processes
Present
 
machine learning, Bayesian nonparametrics, Gaussian processes, deep learning, automatic differentiation, generative models, approximate inference, variational inference, recognition networks, variational autoencoders
Present
 
differential equations
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