Hi! I am a PhD student in statistics at the University of Cambridge
working with Richard Nickl and Quentin Berthet. My interests
and experience in machine learning and statistics are fairly eclectic: from tuning hyperparameters in Bayesian statistics to geometric inference and computational issues in high-dimensional estimation.
In my own research, I enjoy connecting different fields of mathematics like geometry, probability theory and machine learning. Generally,
I am interested in providing theoretical guarantees for statistical procedures using various probabilistic techniques. At Cambridge,
I am taking part in the Statistics Clinic, a free statistical consulting services to all university members. Prior to joining Cambridge, I spent some time in Berlin where I had the fortune to work with Markus Reiß at Humboldt University.
This website collects random stuff related to my life and it is under continuous development. Probably it will evolve into something completely different tomorrow. In my spare time,
I publish things
in blog that occasionally come to my mind during the process