I have successfully defended my PhD thesis which concludes my PhD.
I am a researcher in the Deep Learning group at the Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence working on network compression and Bayesian deep learning. Prior to that, I was a PhD student at the Sensorimotor Learning and Decision-Making research group lead by Daniel A. Braun at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics. My PhD research has been focused on understanding how decision-makers can leverage the structure of their environment in order to efficiently cope with uncertainty. I investigated links between bounded rationality (lately termed computational rationality) and information theory, in particular rate distortion theory. Building upon these links, I am contributing toward a theoretical framework for information-optimal hierarchical models for inference and decision-making. Additionally, I am working on efficient and scalable implementations of these hierarchical models by making use of recent breakthroughs in machine learning, particularly deep learning.
Metzen JH, Genewein T, Fischer V, Bischoff B (2017). On Detecting Adversarial Perturbations.
Talk by Jordi Grau-Moya on our paper: Planning with Information-Processing Constraints and Model Uncertainty in Markov Decision Processes
I joined the Cognitive Systems group at corporate research of Bosch as a research engineer
Special seminar with Jordi Grau-Moya at the GRASP lab of UPenn. Decision-Making with Information Constraints: Free Energy Foundations and Applications