Maja Rudolph

contact: marirudolph at gmail dot com

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Research Statement

Short Bio

Maja Rudolph is a Senior Research Scientist at the Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence, where she works in the field of deep probabilistic modeling. She completed her Ph.D. in Computer Science at Columbia University, advised by David Blei, in 2018. Maja holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University and a BS in Mathematics from MIT.


The methods I develop lie at the intersection of Bayesian machine learning and deep learning. Bayesian modeling helps to reason about uncertainty, while neural networks provide the flexibility to model complex interactions in the data. My focus is on the following areas:

More on my contributions to each of these areas can be found in my research statement.


Maja lives in Madison, WI with her husband Alex Waldron.