Artificial Intelligence Group
Department of Computer Science and Technology
University of Cambridge
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge CB3 0FD
Hi, thanks for visiting my website! My name is Agnieszka (Aga) and I am a first-year PhD student within the Artificial Intelligence Group at the University of Cambridge, jointly-supervised by Sean Holden and Mateja Jamnik. I am affiliated with Lucy Cavendish College. Starting from November 2019, I serve as the representative of the AI research group at the Graduate Students’ Forum.
Until February 2020 I am interning at Mila AI Institute of Quebec under supervision of William L. Hamilton. I work on compositional generalisation in multi-agent systems.
I received my MSc (with Distinction) at the University of Edinburgh where I worked with the BayesWatch group on relational reasoning with neural networks. I also hold a BSc degree in Computer Science from the Jagiellonian University. In my final year I was investigating extreme learning machines under supervision of Wojciech Czarnecki (currently at DeepMind).
In the meantime, I had an opportunity to intern in data science at IBM, Architech and Barclays UK.
Contact: agnieszka [dot] slowik [at] cl [dot] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk
|Dec 5, 2019||Our work on graph representation learning in emergent communication was accepted at the Workshop on Reinforcement Learning in Games at AAAI 2020!|
|Oct 25, 2019||Our paper on Bayesian Optimisation for Premise Selection in Automated Theorem Proving accepted at AAAI 2020 as a Student Abstract!|
|Sep 12, 2019||I joined the Mila AI Institute of Quebec as a Research Intern supervised by William L. Hamilton|
|Jul 7, 2019||I presented our work on Bayesian Optimisation for Premise Selection at The 6th Vampire workshop collocated with The 22nd International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing (SAT 2019).|
|May 30, 2019||I supervised the Artificial Intelligence course for the Selwyn and Robinson colleges.|
|Feb 11, 2019||I attended The Theoretical Foundations of Machine Learning Conference and presented our work on Relational reasoning with Dilated DenseNets. This was later presented at The 6th Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference in the poster session.|
|Jan 17, 2019||I officially joined the Department of Computer Science and Technology as a PhD student!|