My last name is pronounced cue-choo-kell-beer.
I develop statistical machine learning algorithms. I use probabilistic programming to develop scalable and robust inference techniques. I enjoy working on applications in structural biology.
I currently work with David Blei. I also collaborate closely with Andrew Gelman on the Stan probabilistic programming system. I obtained my PhD under the supervision of Hemant Tagare at Yale University. (My thesis won an award.)
Here are a few of my recorded talks: