Hello, I am Jozef. I am doing my PhD at University of Edinburgh under the supervision of Kenneth Heafield. My main interests are deep learning methods applied to machine translation. I am funded by EPSRC's CDT in Data Science program. Before coming to Edinburgh I was at University of Cambridge where I studied Computer Science. While in Cambridge, I was awarded WCIT's "Outstanding Technology Student" prize.
|2016||Pipeline tolerant decoder [PDF] [code]
With software prefetching large n-gram language models run faster which results in a performance improvement of machine translation systems.
|2015||Online recognition of handwritten mathematical equations [PDF]
Using convolutional neural networks, sympy library and some heuristics, I made an Android app that solves the equations you draw. The app supported basic arithmetic and trigonometric functions, lower-case English letters as variables, exponentiation and (nested) fractions.
Teaching assistant for the Extreme Computing course
Tutor for Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition course
|summer 2015||Facebook Search Learning and Experimentation team|
|summer 2014||Microsoft Bing Ads Infrastructure Team|
|summer 2013||Cambridge Silicon Radio Research & Development team (now part of Qualcomm)|
|2016-now||CDT in Data Science (PhD), University of Edinburgh|
|2015-2016||CDT in Data Science (Master's by Reasearch), University of Edinburgh|
|2012-2015||BA Hons in Computer Science, University of Cambridge|
|2010-2012||International Baccalaureate, Spojena skola Novohradska|
|2015||WCIT Outstanding Information Technology Student Prize|
|2015||Senior scholar of College and Thatcher Prize for academic performance|
|2014||Sir John Stratton Prize and Excelect Ltd Scholarship for academic performance|
|2013||College Prize and Clough Scholarship for academic performance|
|sports||squash, mountain hiking, ballroom dancing|
|programming languages||C++, Python|
|machine learning book||PRML by Chris Bishop|
|news site||Hacker News|
|hiking place||High Tatras|