Mark Schmidt

University of Alberta

Names

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Mark Schmidt (Preferred)
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Mark W. Schmidt

Emails

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****@cs.ubc.ca
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****@cs.ubc.edu

Education & Career History

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CIFAR AI Chair
University of Alberta (ualberta.ca)
2019Present
 
Assistant Professor
University of British Columbia (ubc.ca)
2014Present
 
Postdoc
Simon Fraser University (sfu.ca)
20132014
 
Postdoc
INRIA (inria.fr)
20112013
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisee
Issam Laradji
****@gmail.com
20152020
 
PhD Advisee
Sharan Vaswani
****@gmail.com
20152019
 
PhD Advisee
Reza Babanezhad
****@gmail.com
20142019
 
Postdoc Advisor
Francis Bach
****@ens.fr
20112013
 
PhD Advisor
Kevin Murphy
****@google.com
20052010
 

Expertise

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Optimization
Present