Asif Khan

4.31, Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh· asif.khan@ed.ac.uk

I am a third-year PhD student at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh. I am a member of the Bayesian and Neural Systems group, advised by Prof. Amos Storkey and Prof. Chris Williams. I am broadly interested in Generative Models, Bayesian Inference, Unsupervised Representation Learning, Graph Representation Learning and Physics-prior in Neural Networks. My current research is on using Hamiltonian operators to disentangle content-motion in image sequences. Previously, I completed MSc. in Computer Science at the University of Bonn, where I was a research assistant at the Smart Data Analytics (SDA) group. I worked on Machine Learning for Knowledge Graphs with Prof. Asja Fischer and Prof. Jens Lehmann. In my master thesis, I developed a GAN framework for speech-to-speech synthesis advised by Prof. Asja Fischer and Dr. Fabien Cardinaux.


Teaching

University of Edinburgh

Tutor and Marker for Probabilistic Modelling and Reasoning 19/20
Marker for Machine Learning Practical 19/20, 20/21
Marker for Introductory Applied Machine Learning 19/20, 20/21
Marker for Data Mining and Exploration 20/21

University of Bonn

Teaching Assistant for MSc. course on Knowledge Graph Analysis, WS17/18, WS18/19
I was responsible for preparing and delivering tutorials and marking exams. I developed programming and theoretical exercise for the course.Link.

LNM Institute of Information Technology

Teaching assistant for C Programming Lab, Fall13
Teaching assistant for Digital Signal Processing Lab, Fall15