In March this year I finally submitted my PhD thesis and successfully defended in July. Now, more than 6 months later, my thesis is finally available in the university’s library. During my PhD, I worked on various topics surrounding robustness and uncertainty in deep learning, including adversarial robustness, robustness to bit errors, out-of-distribution detection and conformal prediction. In this article, I want to share my thesis and give an overview of its contents.
An example of a custom TensorFlow operation implemented in C++.
Tutorials for (deep convolutional) neural networks.
A C++ implementation of density forests.
PhD thesis on uncertainty estimation and (adversarial) robustness in deep learning.
In July this year I finally defended my PhD which mainly focused on (adversarial) robustness and uncertainty estimation in deep learning. In my case, the defense consisted of a (public) 30 minute talk about my work, followed by questions from the thesis committee and audience. In this article, I want to share the slides and some lessons learned in preparing for my defense.
In 2019, I interviewed for research internships at DeepMind and Google AI. I have been asked repeatedly about my preparation for and experience with these interviews. As internship applications at DeepMind have been opened recently, I thought it could be valuable to summarize my experience and recommendations in this article.
Examples, tools and resources for using Caffe’s Python interface pyCaffe.
A template for extending PyTorch using C/CUDA operations.
The code for our ICLR’22 paper on learning optimal conformal classifiers is now available on GitHub. The repository not only includes our implementation of conformal training but also relevant baselines such as coverage training and several conformal predictors for evaluation. Furthermore, it allows to reproduce the majority of experiments from the paper.