I’m Guillaume Ausset, a final-year PhD Student at Telecom Paris. I’m studying survival analysis from the machine learning point of view and try to obtain non-asymptotic results without assumptions on the underlying generating process. Most of my work was financed by BNP Paribas where I applied my results to credit rating. I’m also interested in applying it to medicine (but not as much as the *other Ausset*.) In another life I studied stochastic calculus and mathematical finance, and worked as a quant. You can still find cheat sheets I had written for exams here.

You can find my full CV [here] or [here] if you prefer one pagers.

I’m currently very interested by normalizing flows and probabilistic programming. I love Julia and think more people should give it a try.

This blog was generated with Hakyll, a Haskell static site generator, when I somehow decided 7 years ago that I wanted to learn Haskell. I’ve forgotten everything about Haskell by now, though.

The source is entirely accessible here.

You can write to me at `guillaume at ausset dot me`

. You can verify I am indeed me by using PGP.