Projects supervised by Iain Murray
This page lists project dissertations authored by students who worked with my supervision for part of their undergraduate or master’s degree programme.
- Distilling Model Knowledge, George Papamakarios, MSc 2015.
- Approximate inference for large-scale probabilistic ranking, Qi Hu, MSc 2015.
- Implementing a training procedure for Mixture Density Network with full covariance components, Longfei Xu, MSc 2015.
- Machine Learning Approaches to Automatic Validation of Fibre Placement in Carbon Fibre Composite Manufacturing, Alessandro Di Martino, MSc 2015. (Supervised by Korin Richmond; I was a second supervisor.)
- Machine learning and inferring cosmological parameters, Denitsa Saynova, 2015.
- Spotting presentation slides in video, Jason Xie, UG4 project, 2015.
- Machine learning and inferring cosmological parameters, Curtis Holmes, MSc 2014.
- Machine learning of multivariate probabilities, Theo Varvadoukas, MSc 2014.
- Realtime Recommendation System for Online Games, Tautvydas Misiunas, MSc 2014.
- Comparison of Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for Gaussian Processes, Fei Yang, MSc 2014.
- Machine learning of dependencies in high density neural recordings, Pol Moreno Comellas, MSc 2013.
- Measuring pulse rate with a webcam, Abel Gonzalez Garcia, MSc 2013.
- Better approximate inference for probabilistic ranking, Pim Heesterbeek, MSc 2013.
- Automatic evaluation of photographic images, Jason Ebbin, UG4 project, 2013.
- Unshredding, Razvan Ranca, UG4 project, 2013.
International Winner, Undergraduate Awards 2013, Computer Science.
- DOG removal — Inpainting Digital Onscreen Graphics, Konstantinos Kanellis, MSc 2012.
- Fast optimization of non-convex Machine Learning objectives, Nikolaos Nikolaou, MSc 2012.
- Improving the appearance and compression of scanned documents, Nutthaporn Sethasathien, MSc 2012.
- Effect of graph structure on predicting game outcomes, Yu Yang, MSc 2012.
- Cleaning up photos of indexed colour documents, Andrew Burnie, UG4 project, 2012.
- Fast low-rank metric learning, Dan Oneaţă, MSc 2011.
- Rating systems with multiple factors, Marius Stănescu, MSc 2011.
- Empirical evaluation of Gaussian process approximation algorithms, Krzysztof Chalupka, MInf 2011. (Supervised by Chris Williams; I was a second supervisor.)
University of Edinburgh Students: Please see the core skills section of my teaching page. If you would like to be supervised by me, and are enrolled as a student in Edinburgh, I would be happy to meet with you to discuss project ideas. See the official project pages for proposals I have made for this year.
Any past student who would like links to their name or project added or removed, get back in touch.