Ricardo Silva

University College London

Names

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Ricardo Silva

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****@stats.ucl.ac.uk
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****@ucl.ac.uk

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Full Professor
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
2020Present
 
Associate Professor
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
20152020
 
Assistant Professor
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
20082015
 
Postdoc
University of Cambridge (cam.ac.uk)
20072008
 
Postdoc
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
20052007
 
PhD student
Carnegie Mellon University (cmu.edu)
20002005
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Richard Scheines
****@cmu.edu
20002005
 

Expertise

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Causality
2000Present
 
Graphical Models
2000Present
 
Bayesian inference
2000Present