I am a PhD student working with Kilian Weinberger. I received my BS from Washington University in St. Louis in an independently designed major focusing on computational biology. I began my PhD work in the fall of 2013 at Washington University in St. Louis, and we have now moved to Cornell University. My research has focused on Bayesian machine-learning techniques focused on sequential decision making, in particular active learning and optimization. I am especially interested in how we can use Gaussian processes to encode function structure that is either known a priori or, perhaps even better, can be discovered from data.
A list of projects I've worked on is available from the top of the page. A software listing will come soon. For now, much of the code I've worked on is listed on Kilian's page.