Taylor W. Killian

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Names

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Taylor W. Killian (Preferred)
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Taylor Wayne Killian

Emails

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****@g.harvard.edu
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****@gmail.com
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****@cs.toronto.edu
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****@mit.edu

Education & Career History

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Visiting Student
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
2021Present
 
PhD student
University of Toronto (toronto.edu)
2019Present
 
Graduate Researcher
Vector Institute (vectorinstitute.ai)
2019Present
 
Research Intern
Apple (apple.com)
20212021
 
Research Intern
Google (google.com)
20202020
 
Research Scientist
MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (ll.mit.edu)
20132019
 
MS student
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University (seas.harvard.edu)
20152017
 
Undergrad student
Brigham Young University (byu.edu)
20062013
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Sonali Parbhoo
****@seas.harvard.edu
2021Present
 
Coauthor
Marlos Machado
****@google.com
2020Present
 
Coauthor
Marc Bellemare
****@google.com
2020Present
 
Coauthor
Pablo Castro
****@google.com
2020Present
 
Coauthor
Shalmali Joshi
****@seas.harvard.edu
2020Present
 
Coauthor
Haoran Zhang
****@mit.edu
2020Present
 
Coauthor
Mehdi Fatemi
****@microsoft.com
2019Present
 
PhD Advisor
Marzyeh Ghassemi
****@mit.edu
2019Present
 
Coauthor
Leon Gatys
****@apple.com
20212021
 
Master's Advisor
Finale Doshi-Velez
****@seas.harvard.edu
20152019
 
Coauthor
George Konidaris
****@cs.brown.edu
20162018
 

Expertise

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Risk-sensitive Reinforcement Learning
2021Present
 
Offline Reinforcement Learning
2020Present
 
Causal Inference
2019Present
 
Approximate Inference
2016Present
 
Reinforcement Learning
2015Present
 
Transfer Learning
2015Present
 
Healthcare
2015Present
 
Bayesian Neural Networks
20152017