Investigating the interplay between optimizer and architecture in Deep Learning, and new networks for long-range reasoning.
The purpose of our research is to design new optimizers and neural networks to accelerate scientific discovery through efficient and reliable training. Our approach is theoretical, with a strong focus on optimization theory as a tool for understanding the challenging dynamics of modern neural networks.
We strongly believe deep learning will revolutionize science and technology, offering solutions to society's most pressing challenges. With a stronger theoretical foundation, we envision a future where scientists and engineers, regardless of their resource limitations, can leverage powerful and reliable deep learning solutions to help make the world a better place.
If you like our mission, please apply for CLS, ELLIS, IMPRS-IS PhD Programs (deadline Nov 15th).
If you're a young scientist (e.g. bachelor or master student) facing societal, financial, or personal challenges, we would love to contribute to your development by offering you a fully-funded 3-month project! Please apply to the CaCTüS Internship.