Noah D. Stein

In June 2011 I completed my Ph.D. in the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems within the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. I now develop machine learning algorithms at Analog Devices | Analog Garage (formerly known as Analog Devices | Lyric Labs and before that, Lyric Semiconductor).


Research Interests:

  • Machine Learning
    • Neural networks
    • Probabilistic inference
  • Audio Source Separation
    • Matrix and tensor factorization methods
    • Directional approaches without beam-forming
  • Optimization
    • Linear and semidefinite programming
    • Algebraic methods and sums of squares
  • Game theory
    • Infinite games, especially continuous and polynomial games
    • Algorithms for and complexity of computing equilibria
    • Geometry of equilibria

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