Professor Pietro Cicuta acts as Senior Treasurer, while the committee consists of the following members:
President – Michele Piero Blago
michele.piero.blago at cern.ch
Churchill, PhD, High Energy Physics
Michele is a third year PhD student in the high energy physics group. Having previously carried out research at FermiLab, Oxford and UCL, his current work involves developing deep neural networks to identify particles in the LHCb RICH detector at CERN.
Chairman – David Liu
dl543 at cam.ac.uk
Wolfson, PhD, Computational Neuroscience
David is a first year PhD student in the Computational Neuroscience group within the Department of Engineering, with a current focus on sparse Gaussian Processes.
AI Ethics and Outreach Officer – Nuzli Karam
nbhk2 at cam.ac.uk
Lucy Cavendish, MRes, Sensor Technology
Nuzli has a background in Aerospace Engineering and has worked as a consultant in the tech industry for over two years. She is currently in her first year of a 1+3 program in Sensor Technologies. Her interests are in machine learning, biosensing and bioelectronics.
Sponsorship & Communications Officer – Scott Jeen
srj38 at cam.ac.uk
Jesus, PhD, Reinforcement Learning
Scott is a first year PhD student in RL, and its application to energy efficiency problems. More generally, he’s interested in the role machine intelligence can play in mitigating climate change.
Events Officer – Srivani Chatti
ksc44 at cam.ac.uk
Srivani has 8 years of experience in digital enterprise consulting & product management, and is now pursuing an MBA at the Judge Business School. She has varied experience in working with cross functional teams across US, UK & Asian markets. Her previous stint includes launching an Alexa-like AI assistant as a part of workplace transformation for 75K+ employees of a Big 4 firm. She is passionate about AI and #techforgood initiatives.
Events Officer – Soham Mandal
sm2373 at cam.ac.uk
Christ’s, PhD, Computer Vision
Soham is a third year PhD student at Christ’s College. He works on computer vision with a focus on geometrical modelling. When not in the lab, he can be found either exploring outdoors or thinking about innovative ways to procrastinate.
Workshops Officer – Frank Budrowski
fb534 at cam.ac.uk
Wolfson, MPhil, Computer Science
Frank is studying for an MPhil in Advanced Computer Science. His interests focus on graph neural networks and applied reinforcement learning, and he has also co-organised a major machine learning conference in Eastern Europe. In his free time, he participates in long-distance runs and plays the piano.
Alumni Officer – Marek Szeles
ms2710 at cam.ac.uk
St. Edmund’s, MPhil, Technology Policy
Marek holds a M.Eng. in Software Engineering from Czech Technical University. He focuses his research on autonomous driving, recently by leading a team of students to build the first Czech driverless racing vehicle.