Eleni Triantafillou

University of Toronto

Names

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Eleni Triantafillou

Emails

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****@cs.toronto.edu

Education & Career History

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PhD student
University of Toronto (toronto.edu)
20172021
 
Intern, student researcher
Google (google.com)
20192019
 
Intern
Microsoft (microsoft.com)
20152015
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coworker
Mengye Ren
****@cs.toronto.edu
2017Present
 
Coworker
Jake Snell
****@cs.toronto.edu
2017Present
 
Coworker
Sachin Ravi
****@princeton.edu
2017Present
 
Coworker
Hugo Larochelle
****@google.com
2017Present
 
Coworker
Kevin Swersky
****@google.com
2017Present
 
Coworker
Josh B. Tenenbaum
****@mit.edu
2017Present
 
PhD Advisor
Richard Zemel
****@cs.toronto.edu
2016Present
 
PhD Advisor
Raquel Urtasun
****@cs.toronto.edu
2016Present
 

Expertise

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few-shot learning, meta-learning
2016Present
 
natural language processing, sentence representation learning
20162017