Mark Sellke

Mark Sellke



[not mselke but] msellke [at] stanford [dot] edu

450 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA 94305



I am a third year Ph.D. student in the Stanford Math Department. My research is generously supported by an NSF Fellowship and a Stanford Graduate Fellowship. I am advised by Andrea Montanari and Sébastien Bubeck.

My primary research interests are in probability and theoretical machine learning. A full list of papers is on my research page.

Before coming to Stanford, I completed my undergradudate degree in math at MIT, followed by a year-long masters at the University of Cambridge, Trinity College. I spent summers 2018 and 2019 as a research intern at Microsoft Research in Redmond mentored by Sébastien Bubeck.


Ph.D. in Mathematics, Stanford University, 2018-present

M.A.St. in Mathematics with Distinction, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, 2017-2018

B.S. in Mathematics, MIT, 2014-2017