Xenia is a PhD student at the Statistics Department at the University of Oxford supervised by François Caron and Yee Whye Teh. She is working in the area of statistical machine learning with current focus on Bayesian non-parametrics, random graphs and deep generative models. Previously, she completed a BSc in Mathematics at Imperial College London and a Master in Mathematics (Part III of the Mathematical Tripos) at the University of Cambridge.
Xenia is an enrichment student at The Alan Turing Institute in London. Her research while at the Institute focuses on the development of Bayesian non-parametric graph models, building efficient sampling algorithms for Bayesian non-parametric priors and deep generative models for unsupervised learning problems.