I’m a sixth year graduate student at Lab for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) at MIT advised by Prof. Guy Bresler. I work on various problems in theoretical machine learning([1]), applied probability and statistics. My current work focuses on designing learning algorithms for data with temporal dependence, theory of neural networks, random graphs and stochastic optimization algorithms. Previously I was an undergraduate student at IIT Madras.


Email:
dheeraj[at]mit[dot]edu

 

[1] “आकाशात् पतितं तोयं यथा गच्छति सागरम्” 

 

Publications:

Manuscripts:

Learning from Markovian Trajectories:

Probability and Statistics:

Neural Networks:

Stochastic Optimization:

Quantum Computing (from a different lifetime!):

 

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