Tim G. J. Rudner

Yale University

Names

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Tim G. J. Rudner (Preferred)
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Tim Georg Johann Rudner
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Tim Rudner

Emails

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****@new.ox.ac.uk
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****@cs.ox.ac.uk

Education & Career History

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Visiting Fellow
Yale University (yale.edu)
20212022
 
PhD student
University of Oxford (ox.ac.uk)
20172022
 
Research Intern
Amazon (amazon.com)
20192019
 
Visiting Research Scholar
University of California Berkeley (berkeley.edu)
20192019
 
MS student
University of Oxford (ox.ac.uk)
20162017
 
Undergrad student
Yale University (yale.edu)
20122016
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Yarin Gal
****@cs.ox.ac.uk
20182022
 
PhD Advisor
Yee Whye Teh
****@stats.ox.ac.uk
20182022
 
Coauthor
Sergey Levine
****@eecs.berkeley.edu
20192021
 
Coauthor
Dino Sejdinovic
****@stats.ox.ac.uk
20172017
 

Expertise

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reinforcement learning
20162020
 
Bayesian deep learning
20162020
 
variational inference
20162020
 
Gaussian processes
20162020