I am a research software engineer in the research software development group at UCL. Prior to my current role, I did postdocs with Chris Oates at the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics at Newcastle University and Alex Thiery at the Department of Statistics and Applied Probability in the National University of Singapore. I completed my PhD at the School of Informatics in the University of Edinburgh, where I was supervised by Amos Storkey.
Research interests: Markov chain Monte Carlo methods, Hamiltonian Monte Carlo, approximate Bayesian computation, data assimilation, inverse problems.
Jon Cockayne, Matthew M. Graham, Chris Oates and Tim J. Sullivan
Khai Xiang Au, Matthew M. Graham and Alexandre H. Thiery
Matthew M. Graham, Alexandre H. Thiery and Alexandros Beskos
Matthew M. Graham and Alexandre H. Thiery
Matthew M. Graham and Amos J. Storkey
Electronic Journal of Statistics
Matthew A. Fisher, Tui Nolan, Matthew M. Graham, Dennis Prangle and Chris Oates
Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics
Matthew M. Graham and Amos J. Storkey
Proceedings of the 33rd Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence
Matthew M. Graham and Amos J. Storkey
Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics
Iain Murray and Matthew M. Graham
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics
Matthew M. Graham and Amos J. Storkey
ICML 2017 workshop: Implicit generative models
Matthew M. Graham and Amos J. Storkey
NIPS 2016 workshop: Advances in Approximate Bayesian Inference
Matthew M. Graham
PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh
Matthew M. Graham
MSc by Research dissertation, University of Edinburgh
Matthew M. Graham
MEng project report, University of Cambridge
Seminar at Department of Statistics and Applied Probability, National University of Singapore.
Seminar at Department of Statistics and Applied Probability, National University of Singapore.
Seminar at School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Newcastle
20th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics
BIRS workshop: Validating and Expanding Approximate Bayesian Computation Methods
NIPS 2016 workshop: Advances in Approximate Bayesian Inference