Gustaf Ahdritz

Kempner Graduate Fellow
PhD Student in Computer Science

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Gustaf Ahdritz is a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at Harvard University. He is a member of the Machine Learning Foundations Group and is advised by Jonathan Frankle and Boaz Barak. He is supported by a fellowship from Harvard’s Kempner Institute for the Study of Natural and Artificial Intelligence. Ahdritz graduated from Columbia with a BAs in Computer Science and History in 2020 and an MS in Computer Science in 2021. There, he worked with Mohammed AlQuraishi on the applied task of protein structure prediction and led the development of OpenFold. He also spent time in Kathleen McKeown’s lab and the History Lab.

Research Focus

Ahdritz’s current research focuses on empirical machine learning and natural language processing. He is broadly interested in empirical investigations of the properties of realistic deep neural networks.