Jeffrey Adams, PhD student
Jeffrey Adams joined the department as a PhD student on 1 September 2020 and is associated with the Copenhagen Causality Lab in the Section for Statistics and Probability Theory.
Jeff’s PhD supervisor is Professor Niels Richard Hansen, and his current research interests include causal discovery, representation learning, and dynamical systems, as well as machine learning more broadly.
Jeff holds bachelor’s degrees in Physics and Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, USA, and a master’s degree in Logic, Computation, and Methodology from Carnegie Mellon University, USA. In 2018, he defended his master’s thesis, “Causal Discovery and Hidden Feature Learning from Heterogeneous Data,” under the supervision of Professor Kun Zhang.
Alongside his studies, Jeff has acquired industry experience training and deploying machine learning models for multi-touch attribution scoring and next-best-action recommendation.
Jeff will be working in office 04.3.28.