Gido Martijn van de Ven

University of Cambridge

Names

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Gido Martijn van de Ven (Preferred)

Emails

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****@gmail.com
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****@bcm.edu

Education & Career History

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Visiting researcher
University of Cambridge (cam.ac.uk)
2018Present
 
Postdoc
Baylor College of Medicine (bcm.edu)
2017Present
 
Postdoc
University of Oxford (ox.ac.uk)
20172017
 
PhD student
University of Oxford (ox.ac.uk)
20132017
 
MS student
University of Oxford (ox.ac.uk)
20112012
 
MS student
University of California Berkeley (berkeley.edu)
20092011
 
Undergrad student
Erasmus University Rotterdam (eur.nl)
20052008
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Postdoc Advisor
Mate Lengyel
****@eng.cam.ac.uk
2018Present
 
Postdoc Advisor
Andreas Tolias
****@bcm.edu
2017Present
 
PhD Advisor
David Dupret
****@pharm.ox.ac.uk
20132017
 

Expertise

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neural networks, deep learning, continual learning, replay, generative models, distillation
2017Present
 
hippocampus, memory consolidation, reactivation, cell assemblies, catastrophic forgetting
2013Present