Laurent Charlin

HEC Montreal

Names

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Laurent Charlin (Preferred)

Emails

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****@gmail.com

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
HEC Montreal (hec.ca)
2016Present
 
Postdoc
School of Computer Science, McGill University (cs.mcgill.ca)
20152016
 
Postdoc
Department of Computer Science, Princeton University (cs.princeton.edu)
20142015
 
Postdoc
Department of Computer Science, Columbia University (cs.columbia.edu)
20142015
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Postdoc Advisor
Joelle Pineau
****@cs.mcgill.ca
20152016
 
Postdoc Advisor
David Blei
****@cs.columbia.edu
20142015
 
PhD Advisor
Richard Zemel
****@cs.toronto.edu
20082014
 
PhD Advisor
Craig Boutilier
****@cs.toronto.edu
20082014
 

Expertise

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continual learning, combinatorial optimization, recommender systems, graphical models, topic models, variational inference, dialogue systems, RNNs
Present