# Kamesh Krishnamurthy

C.V. Starr Fellow, CPBF Fellow @ Princeton

I am a theorist interested in problems at the intersection of machine learning, neuroscience and biophysics.

Currently, I am a C.V. Starr Fellow and a CPBF Fellow at Princeton University, hosted by the Department of Physics and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Prior to this, I spent a semester as a Simons-Berkeley Research Fellow participating in The Brain and Computation program at the Simons Institute for Theory of Computing. I completed my graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania.

232 Icahn

Princeton Univeristy

Princeton, NJ

## News

Apr 4, 2022 | Check out the article by the Princeton Neuroscience Institute on our PRX paper studying gating in RNNs! |
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Jan 30, 2022 | Our paper studying the effects of gating on neural network behaviour is now out in Physical Review X! |

Jun 20, 2020 | Our paper on dynamics of GRUs/LSTMs will be presented at Mathematical and Scientific Machine Learning 2020 |

Apr 1, 2020 | I am co-organising DeepMath 2020 : a conference on Deep Learning theory. Consider submitting abstracts! |

Jan 20, 2020 | The videos from our conference on Sensing Chemical Spaces at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science are now up! |