Guido Montufar

Max Planck Institute MIS

Names

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Guido Montufar (Preferred)
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Guido F. Montufar

Emails

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****@googlemail.com
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****@gmail.com
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****@mis.mpg.de
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****@math.ucla.edu

Education & Career History

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Research Group Leader
Max Planck Institute MIS (mpi.mis.de)
2018Present
 
Assistant Professor
UCLA (math.ucla.edu)
2017Present
 
Postdoc
Max Planck Institute MIS (mpi.mis.de)
20132017
 
Postdoc
Pennsylvania State University (math.psu.edu)
20122013
 
PhD student
Max Planck Institute MIS / Leipzig University (mpi.mis.de)
20092012
 
MS student
TU Berlin Theoretical Physics (tu-berlin.de)
20052008
 
MS student
TU Berlin Mathematics (tu-berlin.de)
20042007
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Nihat Ay
****@mis.mpg.de
20092012
 

Expertise

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deep learning, graphical models, exponential families, Boltzmann machines
Present