NYU Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
goldstein [AT] nyu [DOT] edu
github: marikgoldstein, CV
I am a second-year PhD student in computer science at Courant, where I work on probabilistic modeling and approximate inference.
I'm also interested in methods from PL for providing correctness guarantees
about inference algorithms. For applications, I am focused on healthcare.
I am lucky to be advised by:
- Spring 2020: I'm looking forward to TA'ing for Yann LeCun and Alfredo Canziani's Deep Learning course at NYU
- Fall 2019: paper on rethinking recurrent neural sequence models coming in a few days
- Fall 2019: I'm grading for grad Machine Learning at NYU with prof. Ranganath
- Summer 2019: I'm working in Emtiyaz Khan's Approximate Bayesian Inference group at RIKEN AIP in Tokyo!
Previously, I was a research assistant and teaching fellow in the computer science department at Harvard SEAS
Between Harvard and NYU, I worked with the CoCoSci
group at MIT BCS
Previous to that, I studied music composition, improvisation, and theory at New England Conservatory with Anthony Coleman
, and Ran Blake
. I am still involved with music and rehearse with
Gamelan Kusuma Laras
, a classical Javanese ensemble that performs the repetoire of the courts of Central Java.
My pronouns are he/him/his. Let’s encourage asking over assuming by including our pronouns.