Dipak Chaudhari

University of Texas, Austin

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Dipak Chaudhari

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****@gmail.com

Education & Career History

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Postdoc
University of Texas, Austin (utexas.edu)
2020Present
 
Postdoc
Rice University (rice.edu)
20172020
 
PhD student
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (iitb.ac.in)
20082016
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Postdoc Advisor
Swarat Chaudhuri
****@cs.utexas.edu
2017Present
 
Coauthor
Yeming Wen
****@utexas.edu
20212021
 
Coauthor
Rohan Mukherjee
****@rice.edu
20202021
 
Coauthor
Thomas Rep
****@cs.wisc.edu
20202021
 
Coauthor
Matthew Amodio
****@yale.edu
20202021
 
Social
Abhinav Verma
****@utexas.edu
20172021
 
Postdoc Advisor
Chris Jermaine
****@rice.edu
20172020
 
Coauthor
Arkabandhu Chowdhury
****@rice.edu
20172020
 
Coauthor
Lazar Valkov
****@sms.ed.ac.uk
20172020
 
Coauthor
Charles Sutton
****@inf.ed.ac.uk
20172020
 
Coauthor
Akash Srivastava
****@ibm.com
20172020
 
PhD Advisor
Om Damani
****@cs.iitb.ac.in
20082016
 
Coauthor
Srivatsan Laxman
****@gmail.com
20112011
 

Expertise

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Few-shot learning
2017Present
 
Metalearning
2017Present
 
Formal Methods
2008Present
 
Program Synthesis
2008Present
 
Natural Language Processing
20082011