Ekdeep Singh Lubana

Center for Brain Science, Harvard University


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Ekdeep Singh Lubana (Preferred)


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Center for Brain Science, Harvard University (fas.harvard.edu)
PhD student
University of Michigan (umich.edu)
Undergrad student
Indian Institution Technology Roorkee (iitr.ac.in)

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Robert P. Dick
PhD Advisor
Hidenori Tanaka


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Deep learning, Embedded systems, Model compression, Feature selection, Optimization