I am a research associate working with Arthur Gretton
at the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit.
My research interest includes information theory (distribution regression, consistent estimators; ITE toolbox
), kernel methods and dictionary learning problems (structured sparse tasks, independent subspace analysis
and its extensions). I am also working on applications including remote sensing, blind signal separation, collaborative filtering,
natural language processing and facial expression recognition.
- Simple Consistent Distribution Regression on Compact Metric Domains: accepted at UCL-Duke Workshop on Sensing and Analysis of High-Dimensional Data (SAHD-2014). [poster; Sept. 4-5, 2014; abstract, code; July 1, 2014]
- Spatio-temporal event classification using time-series kernel based structured sparsity: accepted at ECCV-2014. [paper, supplementary material, paper+supplementary material, video demo; June 15, 2014]
- Two-stage Sampled Learning Theory on Distributions: available on arXiv. [abstract, paper, code; June 7, 2014]
- Distribution Regression - the Set Kernel Heuristic is Consistent: invited talk at CSML Lunch Talk Series. [slides, paper, code; May 2, 2014]
- Learning on Distributions: invited talk at Kernel methods for big data workshop, Lille. [slides, paper, code; Apr. 2, 2014]
- Information Theoretical Estimators (ITE) toolbox: appeared in JMLR. [abstract, paper; Mar. 6, 2014]
- Consistent Distribution Regression via Mean Embedding: invited talk at the University of Hertfordshire. [slides, paper, code; Mar. 5, 2014]
- Consistent, Two-Stage Sampled Distribution Regression: available on arXiv. [abstract, paper; Feb. 7, 2014]