Yamamoto Cuturi Lab
Graduate School of Informatics
Research Interests: machine learning, optimal transport, nonparametric statistics with positive definite kernels, time-series, cointegration.
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
Research Bldg #7, Room 328,
36-1 Yoshida-Honmachi, Sakyo-ku,
Kyoto 606-8501 JAPAN
Building Number 68 on the university map
03-Jun-16 spoke at Korea/Japan ML Symposium, Seoul
07-Apr-16 spoke at Statlearn 2016, Vannes
16-Mar-16 spoke at EECS - BLISS Seminar, UC Berkeley
19-Feb-16 Slides for my Microsoft Research Cambridge talk
04-Dec-15 Slides for ML Tea seminar, MIT
01-Dec-15 Slides for CILVR Seminar, NYU
25-Nov-15 Slides for my IBIS 2015 Workshop presentation.
18-Nov-15 Spoke @ Workshop on Learning, IMS NUS, Singapore
05-Nov-15 Spoke @ Recent Advances in Machine Learning and Applications, Nagoya
28-Oct-15 Spoke @ Germany-Japan Adaptive BCI Workshop, Kyoto
07-Oct-15 Slides for my Workshop on Optimization in machine learning, vision and image processing presentation
18-Sep-15 Slides for my GTC presentation
23-Aug-15 Thanks to the 430 participants of the MLSS’15 in Kyoto! (Pictures)
From the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, grant 26700002. Formerly supported by 23700172 and 25540100 as a PI, 23300061 as a collaborator.
I received my Ph.D. under the supervision of Jean-Philippe Vert in 11/2005 from the Ecole des Mines de Paris. Before that I graduated from the ENSAE with a master degree from ENS Cachan. I worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, between 11/2005 and 03/2007. Between 04/2007 and 09/2008 I worked in the financial industry. After working at the ORFE department of Princeton University between 02/2009 and 08/2010 as a lecturer, I joined the Graduate School of Informatics in 09/2010 as a G30 associate professor, and I am since 11/2013 the associate professor of the Yamamoto-Cuturi lab.