Xenia Miscouridou

Xenia Miscouridou

Machine Learning, Deep Generative Models, Bayesian nonparametrics, Networks

I am a second year PhD student supervised by François Caron and Yee Whye Teh. I am interested in Machine Learning with current focus on Bayesian nonparametrics. My work focuses on random graph models that can represent real world networks.

Previously, I completed a BSc in Mathematics at Imperial College London and a master in Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge.

Publications

2018

  • X. Miscouridou , F. Caron , Y. W. Teh , Modelling sparsity, heterogeneity, reciprocity and community structure in temporal interaction data, Mar-2018.
    Project: bigbayes

2017

  • A. Todeschini , X. Miscouridou , F. Caron , Exchangeable Random Measures for Sparse and Modular Graphs with Overlapping Communities, Aug-2017.
    Project: bigbayes

Software

2017

  • A. Todeschini , X. Miscouridou , F. Caron , SNetOC. 2017.
    Project: bigbayes