Talk in Berlin

Last Friday, I gave a talk at FU Berlin, organized by Sebastian Reich and Tim Sullivan. Mostly, I was presenting Gradient IS in the state of my PhD thesis. Though I gave a much better outlook than what I was thinking of as future work back then, especially for high dimensions. Sure enough, as people that have worked on DE-related topics for quite some time, Sebastian and Carsten Hartmann had very interesting remarks which will hopefully help (DE-ignorant) me in scaling GRIS up. Here are the slides.

(The title image by Armin Kübelbeck shows, oddly enough, a subway station in Berlin)

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