who am i here
Hello, my name is Arijus. At this point I do doctorate studies at Magnet which is a research team in Lille. People in Magnet would in some way do computing science through decentralised learning, privacy, natural language processing, graphs...
I work with Jan Ramon. At this point here I study random structures which could be practical in designing decentralised communication networks.
how did i get here
Before Lille I worked on Bayesian methods at Aalto. Before that in 2017 I received my master's degree in computing science and mathematics from Glasgow. And in 2012 I got my Brandos Atestatas from the Juozas Balčikonis gymnasium, Panevėžys.
who have i worked with
- Andrew Hoskins asked at what extent anyone could collect images of war from social media.
Arijus Pleska, Andrew Hoskins, Karen Renaud. A Framework for Interrogating Social Images to Reveal an Emergent Archive of Modern War. IJHAC: A Journal of the Digital Humanities. To appear Autumn 2019
- Bayesian optimisation is what Marko Järvenpää showed me at Aalto.
Marko Järvenpää, Michael U. Gutmann, Arijus Pleska, Aki Vehtari, and Pekka Marttinen. "Efficient acquisition rules for model-based approximate Bayesian computation." Bayesian Analysis (2018)
- https://github.com/elfi-dev/elfi is a library for approximate Bayesian computations, where Henri Vuollekoski and I put Marko's idea.
- Topic models in mass spectrometry imaging is what Simon Rogers helped with for the master's.
Arijus Pleska. "Spatial Smoothing in Mass Spectrometry Imaging." (2017).
If you would like to you could reach me through arijus.pleska inria fr