Tal Kachman

Radboud University Nijmegen

Names

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Tal Kachman (Preferred)

Emails

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****@ibm.com
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****@gmail.com
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****@donders.ru.nl

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Radboud University Nijmegen (ru.nl)
2021Present
 
Machine learning researcher
AQR (aqr.com)
20192021
 
research staff member
International Business Machines (ibm.com)
20172019
 
PhD student
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
20122018
 
PhD student
Technion, Technion (technion.ac.il)
20122018
 
MS student
Technion (technion.ac.il)
20082011
 
Undergrad student
Technion (technion.ac.il)
20042008
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Shmuel Fishman
****@physics.technion.ac.il
Present
 
PhD Advisor
jeremy england
****@mit.edu
20132019
 
PhD Advisor
Jeremy England
****@mit.edu
20122017
 

Expertise

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Quantum computing
Present
 
molecular dynamics
Present
 
Bayesian learning
20142020
 
Social network analysis, computational social science deep learning, RNNs, applied mathematics
20162018
 
Stochastic process, Nonequilibrium process, Nonequilibrium statistical physics, Computational Biology, Monte Carlo
20112017
 
Molecular dynamics, Computational physics, Transport theory
20062011