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I am affiliated with the Bayes group of the Adaptive Informatics Research Centre. My research interests include Bayesian machine learning and approximate inference in particular. I am interested in modelling nonlinear dynamical systems with applications to bioinformatics, especially modelling transcription regulation.
I am currently visiting the University of Manchester until July 2010. I am working with Neil Lawrence and Magnus Rattray.
Free software tools I have created are available on the pages of the Bayes and IVGA groups, as well as with the Manchester group.
I completed my doctoral thesis, "Advances in Variational Bayesian Nonlinear Blind Source Separation", in spring 2005.
My master's thesis, "Nonlinear Switching State-Space Models", is also available here. In addition to the browseable HTML version, the thesis is available as PostScript (659 kB) and PDF (844 kB) versions.