Probably Approximately Wrong

An infrequent blog, by Nicola Branchini

About

This very infrequent blog is by me, Nicola Branchini.
I am PhD student in Statistics in the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh, advised by Dr. Víctor Elvira.

I am interested broadly in Statistics and its applications to Machine Learning. My interests are broadly around (possibly adaptive) Importance Sampling, experimental design, and causal inference.








I like collaborating with people. If you do research in very related topics, feel free to drop me an email. Some topics I am exploring now are:

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Some background

Previously, I was a Research Assistant at the Alan Turing Institute, working within the Warwick Machine Learning Group and supervised by Prof. Theo Damoulas. Previous to that, I was a Master’s student in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh where I was supervised by Dr. Víctor Elvira working on auxiliary particle filters. As undergrad, I studied Computer Science at the University of Warwick, where I did my BSc dissertation on reproducing AlphaZero supervised by Dr. Paolo Turrini.

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