John Miller

I am a second-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Statistical Science at Duke. My research is broadly concerned with physics-informed machine learning. I am an Alfred P. Sloan 2021-22 Scholar at Duke.

I received my undergraduate degree in Statistics from Harvard University in 2019.  Before beginning graduate school in 2021, I spent two years working on the structured credit trading desk of a large asset manager in Los Angeles, California.

Current Research Interests

Statistical Methods for Physics and Engineering, Transfer Learning, Gaussian Processes, and Bayesian Inference.

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