Quinn joins the MIT Probabilistic Computing Project

May 6, 2020
Recent PhD graduate Jameson Quinn has joined the exciting MIT Probabilistic Computing Project on Gen.jl, a latest-generation probabilistic programming language. Jameson's work so far has focused on building teaching examples of the process of engineering and testing MCMC and/or SMC sampling schemes, with applications to COVID-19 models. We look forward to see what comes next of the project, and Jameson's work in particular! Read more about Quinn joins the MIT Probabilistic Computing Project

Pashley appointed Assistant Professor at Rutgers

May 6, 2020

Please join us in congratulating Nicole Pashley, who has been appointed as an Assistant Professor in Rutgers University’s Department of Statistics beginning next academic year. We look forward to seeing what comes next in Nicole's career!