I am an Associate Professor (Universitair Hoofddocent) at University of Amsterdam, where I co-direct the AMLab with Max Welling. I am also an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University, where I am currently on leave. My group combines probabilistic programming with deep learning to develop probabilistic models for machine learning, data science, and artificial intelligence. I am one of the creators of Anglican, a probabilistic programming system that is closely integrated with Clojure. My group is currently developing Probabilistic Torch, a library for deep generative models that extends PyTorch.
SEP 2021 ∙ As of 1 September, I will start at the University of Amsterdam and will be on leave from Northeastern University. I will continue to advise current students, but am not recruiting PhD students or postdocs at Northeastern this cycle. I will participate in PhD recruiting through ELLIS, as will other faculty at AMLab. Please contact me at my UvA address with inquiries.
JUL 2021 ∙ I am delighted to have received the NSF CAREER award award for my research on deep learning and probabilistic programming!
DEC 2020 ∙ Ondrej’s paper on action priors will appear at AAMAS 2021.