Roman Pogodin

University College London

Names

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Roman Pogodin (Preferred)

Emails

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****@ucl.ac.uk

Education & Career History

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PhD student
University College London (ucl.ac.uk)
20172022
 
Undergrad student
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (phystech.edu)
20132017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Peter E. Latham
****@gatsby.ucl.ac.uk
20172022
 
Coauthor
Yash Mehta
****@gmail.com
20202021
 
Coauthor
Timothy Lillicrap
****@gmail.com
20202021
 
Coauthor
Yazhe Li
****@google.com
20202021
 
Coauthor
Arthur Gretton
****@gmail.com
20202021
 
Coauthor
Danica Sutherland
****@gmail.com
20202021
 
Coauthor
Tor Lattimore
****@gmail.com
20182019
 
Internship advisor
Wulfram Gerstner
****@epfl.ch
20162019
 
Coauthor
Dane Corneil
****@corneil.ca
20162019
 
Coauthor
Alexander Seeholzer
****@gmail.com
20162019
 
Coauthor
Joseph Heng
****@gmail.com
20162019
 

Expertise

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theoretical neuroscience, biologically plausible deep learning, plasticity models, Hebbian learning
20182021
 
theoretical neuroscience, working memory models, Hopfield networks, attractor networks
20162020