Lorentz Center - Theoretical Foundations for Learning from Easy Data from 7 Nov 2016 through 11 Nov 2016
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    Theoretical Foundations for Learning from Easy Data
    from 7 Nov 2016 through 11 Nov 2016

 
Names listed in boldface are linked to the home pages of these participants

Peter Auer(Leoben, Austria)
Shai Ben-David(Kitchener, Canada)
Olivier Bousquet(Zurich, Switzerland)
Rui Castro(Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi(Milano, Italy)
Rianne de Heide(Leiden, Netherlands)
Peter Grünwald(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Andras Gyorgy(London, United Kingdom)
Steve Hanneke(Princeton, NJ, United States)
Kohei Hatano(Fukuoka , Japan)
Satyen Kale(New York, United States)
Wouter Koolen(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Wojciech Kotlowski(Poznan, Poland)
Tor Lattimore(Edmonton, Canada)
Po-Ling Loh(Madison, United States)
Gabor Lugosi(Barcelona, Spain)
Haipeng Luo(Princeton, United States)
Nishant Mehta(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Marina Meila(Seattle, United States)
Gergely Neu(Barcelona, Spain)
Francesco Orabona(Stony Brook, United States)
David Pal(New York, United States)
Aaditya Ramdas(Berkeley, United States)
James Ridgway(Villejuif, France)
Yevgeny Seldin(Copenhagen, Denmark)
Karthik Sridharan(Ithaca, United States)
Csaba Szepesvari(Edmonton, Canada)
Eiji Takimoto(Fukuoka, Japan)
Ruth Urner(Tuebingen, Germany)
Dirk van der Hoeven(Den Haag, Netherlands)
Tim van Erven(Leiden, Netherlands)
Olivier Wintenberger(Copenhagen Ø, Denmark)


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