Mattia Rigotti

International Business Machines

Names

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Mattia Rigotti

Emails

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****@columbia.edu
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****@us.ibm.com
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****@zurich.ibm.com

Education & Career History

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Researcher
International Business Machines (ibm.com)
2014Present
 
Associate Research Fellow
Columbia University (columbia.edu)
20132014
 
Postdoc
New York University (nyu.edu)
20102013
 
PhD student
Columbia University (columbia.edu)
20072010
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coworker
Wilfried Haensch
****@us.ibm.com
20172018
 
Coworker
Irina Rish
****@us.ibm.com
20152018
 
Coworker
Tayfun Gokmen
****@us.ibm.com
20142018
 
Postdoc Advisor
Nathaniel Daw
****@princeton.edu
20102013
 
PhD Advisor
Stefano Fusi
****@columbia.edu
20072010
 

Expertise

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deep learning, neuromorphic computing, privacy
2014Present
 
reinforcement learning
2010Present
 
computational neuroscience, RNNs, spiking networks, rule learning
2007Present