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Dulhan Jayalath

Student - PNPL

DPhil in Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems

I work on decoding brains (e.g. reading inner monologues by decoding brain signals into text) in the neural processing lab (PNPL) supervised by Oiwi Parker Jones. I'm a DPhil student in the Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems (AIMS) CDT.

Previously, I've worked on multi-agent reinforcement learning with Amanda Prorok during my master's at the University of Cambridge. Before this, I did my BSc in Computer Science at the University of Southampton, where I researched computer vision systems for visual navigation in natural environments under Klaus-Peter Zauner.

In industry, I've worked at Speechmatics, exploring the limits of downstream generalisation in large language models. Before that, I spent some time at Arm, developing machine learning kernels to probe the characteristics and performance of new microarchitectures.