Roman Garnett

Washington University, St. Louis

Names

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Roman Garnett

Emails

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****@wustl.edu

Education & Career History

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Associate Professor
Washington University, St. Louis (wustl.edu)
2021Present
 
Assistant Professor
Washington University, St. Louis (wustl.edu)
20152021
 
Postdoc
Fraunhofer IAIS (iais.fraunhofer.de)
20122014
 
Postdoc
Carnegie Mellon University (cmu.edu)
20102012
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisee
Quan Nguyen
****@wustl.edu
2019Present
 
PhD Advisee
Shayan Monadjemi
****@wustl.edu
2019Present
 
PhD Advisee
Yehu Chen
****@wustl.edu
2019Present
 
PhD Advisee
Henry Chai
****@wustl.edu
2017Present
 
PhD Advisee
Shali Jiang
****@wustl.edu
20162020
 
PhD Advisee
Gustavo Malkomes
****@wustl.edu
20152019
 
Postdoc Advisor
Thomas Gärtner
****@nottingham.ac.uk
20122014
 
Postdoc Advisor
Jeff Schneider
****@cs.cmu.edu
20102012
 
PhD Advisor
Stephen J Roberts
****@robots.ox.ac.uk
20062010
 

Expertise

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active learning
2008Present
 
Gaussian processes
2008Present
 
Bayesian optimization
2008Present
 
Bayesian quadrature
2008Present