Anna Korba

About me

Since September 2020, I am an assistant professor at ENSAE/CREST in the Statistics Department.

My main line of research is in statistical machine learning. I have been working on kernel methods, optimal transport and ranking data. Currently, I am particularly interested in dynamical particle systems for ML and kernel-based methods for causal inference.

Bio

From December 2018 to August 2020 I was a postdoctoral researcher at Gatsby Unit, University College London (UCL), working with Arthur Gretton.
From October 2015 to October 2018, I was a PhD student at Télécom ParisTech, in the S2A (Signal, Statistics and Learning) team, supervised by Stephan Clémençon .
Before that in 2015, I graduated the Master MVA (Machine Learning and Computer Vision) from ENS Cachan and ENSAE.

More details can be found in my resume [EN] [FR].

News

  • Fall 2021: I am very happy to participate to the program Geometric Methods in Optimization and Sampling at UC Berkeley.
  • July 2021: Two papers accepted at ICML 2021! Kernel Stein Discrepancy Descent for a long oral and Proximal Learning with Kernels for a short oral. See here for ressources. Thanks to my amazing coauthors!
  • April 2021: I'll give a talk at the ITW session organized by Gergely Neu. The program can be found here.
  • February 2021: Gave a talk at Heriot-Watt university on our paper about SVGD (Neurips 2020)[slides]
  • October 2020: Gave a talk at IHP on our two Neurips 2020 papers on SVGD and the FB scheme for sampling (slides).
  • September 2020: Gave two talks at the Second Symposium on Machine Learning and Dynamical Systems at Fields Institute.
    • Maximum Mean Discrepancy Gradient flow (Neurips 2019) [slides] [video]
    • Wasserstein Gradient Flows for Machine Learning. Joint talk with Adil Salim about our recent line of work. [slides][video ]