Jan Gasthaus

Amazon

Names

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Jan Gasthaus (Preferred)

Emails

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****@ucl.ac.uk
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****@gatsby.ucl.ac.uk
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****@gmail.com
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****@amazon.com

Education & Career History

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Researcher
Amazon (amazon.com)
2013Present
 
Researcher
Amazon Development Center Germany (amazon.de)
2013Present
 
PhD student
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
20082013
 
MS student
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
20072008
 
Undergrad student
University of Osnabrück (uos.de)
20042007
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coworker
Tim Januschowski
****@amazon.de
20142021
 
PhD Advisor
Yee Whye Teh
****@stats.ox.ac.uk
20082014
 
Coauthor
Frank Wood
****@robots.ox.ac.uk
20092011
 
Coauthor
Lancelot F. James
****@ust.hk
20092011
 
Coauthor
Cédric Archambeau
****@cs.ucl.ac.uk
20092009
 

Expertise

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time series, forecasting, deep learning, RNNs
2014Present
 
language modelling, graphical models, Bayesian nonparametrics
20072014