Andrew Lampinen
PhD Candidate
Department of Psychology
Stanford University

Bio:

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University. I am in the cognitive area, and am advised by Professor Jay McClelland. My background is in mathematics, physics, and machine learning. I am interested in knowledge transfer and abstraction, particularly within the context of multi-task learning and meta-learning in machine learning, and high-level human mathematical abilities such as proof. I investigate these questions from perspectives ranging from experiments on teaching people math concepts, to developing machine learning techniques and theoretical understandings of generalization. For more information check out my CV and Publications!