On this website, you will mainly find some notes on topics in computer science and machine learning (CS/ML) and some in applied maths. These are mostly things I write to keep track of results I find useful or nice. I also really like the Julia programming language and keep some notes on that too.
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I'm Thibaut Lienart, currently a postdoc in adversarial ML at the University of Melbourne in Ben Rubinstein's group. Prior to that I was a postdoc in computational privacy at Imperial College London in Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye's group. I got my PhD from Oxford in Bayesian ML co-supervised by Arnaud Doucet and Yee-Whye Teh.
theoretical ML reading group: informations about an informal theoretical ML reading group I organise at the University of Melbourne.