Dino Sejdinovic
Postdoctoral Fellow
Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit
University College London
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  In October 2014, I will be joining the Department of Statistics in Oxford as a Departmental Lecturer.

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[April 12, 2014] Paper "Kernel adaptive Metropolis-Hastings" (cowritten with H. Strathmann, M. Lomeli Garcia, C. Andrieu and A. Gretton) accepted to the International Conference on Machine Learning ICML 2014.
[March 31, 2014] My talk on MCMC Kameleon at Workshop on Kernel Methods for Big Data in Lille.
[March 20-21, 2014] Attending Workshop on Intractable Likelihoods in Oxford. Heiko Strathmann and I presented a poster on MCMC Kameleon.
[February 24, 2014] Check out the Shogun project ideas list for the Google Summer of Code 2014 and how to apply.
[February 17, 2014] Slides 1 and 2 for the course Adaptive Modelling of Complex Data: Introduction to kernel methods and support vector machines (course website).
[January 22, 2014] Video and slides of a talk on "A kernel test for three-variable interactions" (cowritten with A. Gretton and W. Bergsma) presented at NIPS 2013. We also had a poster.

[September 5, 2013] Paper "A kernel test for three-variable interactions" (cowritten with A. Gretton and W. Bergsma) accepted for a full oral presentation (among 1.4% of submissions) at the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems NIPS 2013
[July 22, 2013] Paper "Kernel adaptive Metropolis-Hastings" (cowritten with H. Strathmann, M. Lomeli Garcia, C. Andrieu and A. Gretton) is now on [arXiv]; Github repository of Python code is also available
[July 4, 2013] Paper "Non-parametric change-point estimation using string matching algorithms" (cowritten with O. Johnson, J. Cruise, A. Ganesh and R. Piechocki) accepted for publication in the Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability
[June 14, 2013] Paper "Equivalence of distance-based and RKHS-based statistics in hypothesis testing" (cowritten with B. Sriperumbudur, A. Gretton and K. Fukumizu) accepted for publication in the Annals of Statistics
[June 11, 2013] Paper "A kernel test for three-variable interactions" (cowritten with A. Gretton and W. Bergsma) is now on [arXiv]; Matlab code is also available