News from Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group
Posted: 10th July 2019
Oxford Applied and Theoretical Machine Learning Group (OATML) are based at the Department of Computer Science. The group conduct research in both theoretical and machine learning across various fields. The members of the group are from varied backgrounds in academia including computer scientists, mathematicians, statisticians, engineers and physicists.
Yarin Gal, OATML group leader, will be speaking at the European Space Agency’s Phi-week, 9-13 September 2019 in Rome, Italy, discussing work done at OATML on AI in space. The talk will cover work on topics ranging from exoplanet atmospheric retrieval to asteroid shape modelling from radar data.
Two group members, students Lewis Smith and Tim G J. Rudner, have also received the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) 2019 outstanding reviewer award.
For further information about the group, please visit the website: http://oatml.cs.ox.ac.uk/