Osman Asif Malik
Research Scientist
Encube Technologies
I work as a research scientist at Encube Technologies.
Prior to this, I was an Alvarez Postdoctoral Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where I was a member of the Scalable Solvers Group.
I received my PhD in Applied Mathematics from University of Colorado Boulder where I was advised by Stephen Becker.
During my PhD, I had the opportunity to do internships at IBM Research in Yorktown Heights, NY, and at Fujitsu Research of America (formerly known as Fujitsu Laboratories of America) in Sunnyvale, CA.
To get in touch:
Please either send me an email to my old university email (see above), or reach out on LinkedIn.
My research interests include
- Machine learning
- Randomized algorithms
- Numerical linear algebra
- Tensor decomposition
- Optimization
- Quantum computing
Recordings of some talks I've given:
- Fast Algorithms for Constructing Surrogate Models. Berkeley Lab Postdoc Symposium, Berkeley, CA. February 6, 2024.
- Sampling-Based Decomposition Algorithms for Arbitrary Tensor Networks. Mila's Tensor Network Reading Group, held virtually. January 30, 2024.
- Structured Sketching and Tensor Decomposition. Workshop on Sparse Tensor Computations, Chicago, IL. October 19, 2023.
- More Efficient Sampling for Tensor Decomposition With Worst-Case Guarantees. International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Baltimore, MD. July 21, 2022.
- Faster Algorithms for Tensor Ring Decomposition. Berkeley Lab Postdoc Symposium, held virtually. February 8, 2022.
- A Sampling-Based Method for Tensor Ring Decomposition. International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), held virtually. July 22, 2021.