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!