Geoffrey Schiebinger |
Department of Statistics
office: 397 Evans Hall
Hi! I am a doctoral candidate in the Berkeley Statistics department, advised by Benjamin Recht. I joined Berkeley in 2011 after graduating from Stanford University with a bachelors in mathematics, a minor in physics, and a masters in electrical engineering. I'm interested in the interplay between theory and experiment in the natural and mathematical sciences. I am currently working on super resolution imaging. In my spare time I enjoy running in the Berkeley hills and kite surfing in the Bay.
N. Boyd, G. Schiebinger and B. Recht (2015). The Alternating Descent Conditional Gradient Method for Sparse Inverse Problems. Code.
G. Schiebinger, E. Robeva and B. Recht (2015). Superresolution without Separation.
G. Schiebinger, M. J. Wainwright and B. Yu (2014). The Geometry of Kernelized Spectral Clustering. Annals of Statistics. vol. 43, no. 2, pages 819-846.
A. Guntuboyina, S. Saha and G. Schiebinger (2014). Sharp Inequalities for f-divergences. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. vol. 60, pages 104-121.
L. A. Warren, D. J. Rossi, G. Schiebinger, I. L. Weissman, S. K. Kim and S. R. Quake (2007). Transcriptional instability is not a universal attribute of aging. Aging Cell. vol. 6, pages 775-782.
I was the GSI for Statistics 153: Introduction to Time Series Analysis (Spring 2014).
Schiebinger, G. The Maximum Entropy Distribution of Orbiting Asteroids Forms a Belt, (2010). Supervised by Professor Thomas Cover.