Matthew Brennan

Email: brennanm [at] mit [dot] edu
Office: E18-476C


I currently am a fourth-year PhD student in EECS at MIT and am fortunate to be advised by Guy Bresler. I am generally interested
in theoretical aspects of machine learning and probability theory. My current research interests include the complexity of learning,
average-case complexity, high-dimensional statistics and discrete probability.

I am the TA for 6.265 Modern Discrete Probability in Spring 2020. If you have questions related to the class, feel free to email me,
find me after class or come to my office hours on Thursdays from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the open space (E18-427) on the 4th floor of E18 (IDSS).

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