Office: Calvin Lab, Room 318
Cell: 657-c0mpsci (657-206-7724)
Email: ?@csail.mit.edu, but replace ? with the first letter of my first name
Links to: CV (as of April 2018);
Feel free to send me comments anonymously here.
I am a Microsoft Research Fellow at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing for the Fall 2018 semester program on Foundations of Data Science and the Spring 2019 semester program on Data Privacy: Foundations and Applications. I will be joining the University of Waterloo's Cheriton School of Computer Science in July 2019.
I'm mostly interested in principled tools for statistical data science, with a focus on settings which are common in settings of modern data analysis (high-dimensions, robustness, and privacy).
I completed my Ph.D. at MIT, affiliated with the Theory of Computing group in CSAIL.
I was very fortunate to be advised by Costis Daskalakis.
I was hanging around UC Berkeley in Fall 2015, during the Simons Institute program on Economics and Computation.
Before MIT, I spent four wonderful years at Cornell University, graduating in May 2012 with a degree in Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering.
At Cornell, I was incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to work with Bobby Kleinberg.
I also spent Summer 2012 working as a Software Engineering Intern on the Platform team for Palantir Gotham, a platform developed by Palantir Technologies.
I really enjoy giving talks and communicating my work!
Please don't hesitate to ask if you'd like to hear about it.
All authorships are in alphabetical order, as is customary in theoretical computer science.
Selected Papers (Show all):
Here are some videos of talks I've given.
My co-authors include:
Daniel M. Kane,
Here is a collection of collections of talk videos.
- TCS+: An series of online seminars in theoretical computer science.
- Simons Institute Videos: Videos from workshops hosted at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing.
- BIRS Videos: Videos from workshops hosted at the Banff International Research Station.
- Institute for Advanced Studies Videos: Videos from the IAS. Note that many are related to other fields besides computer science.
- Microsoft Research Talks: Talks at Microsoft Research, including a variety of topics beyond theory.
- Shannon Channel: A series of online seminars in information theory.
- Princeton TCS Videos: Videos from theory lunch and workshops within Princeton's theory group.
- Techtalks.tv: Talks from a number of conferences. You may have to search for the conferences of interest. Some may include FOCS and ICML.
- Videolectures.net: Lecture videos from a number of conferences and workshops, seems to be primarily focused on machine learning events.
I used to go by the name "G", though I now prefer Gautam. Also, my name is not Guatam Kamath, though it is commonly misspelled as such.