Philip Boeken

Hi, I'm a third year PhD student at the Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics of the University of Amsterdam, supervised by Joris Mooij. I’m also part of the Mercury Machine Learning Lab, a collaboration between the TU Delft, University of Amsterdam, and, where I'm supervised by Onno Zoeter.
I'm broadly interested in statistical methods for drawing causal conclusions from data, and in how causal assumptions and causal reasoning can be leveraged to improve statistical methods.
Evaluating and Correcting Performative Effects of Decision Support Systems via Causal Domain Shift
Philip Boeken, Onno Zoeter, Joris M. Mooij
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Correcting for selection bias and missing response in regression using privileged information
Philip Boeken, Noud de Kroon, Mathijs de Jong, Joris M. Mooij, Onno Zoeter
A Bayesian Nonparametric Conditional Two-sample Test with an Application to Local Causal Discovery
Philip Boeken, Joris M. Mooij
Amsterdam Causality Meeting
February 29, 2024
A Markov Property for Sample Paths of Stochastic Processes
Full Orbit
September 15, 2023
Eating pizza increases your IQ
SIKS workshop on causal inference
May 30, 2023
Correcting for selection bias and missing response
Notes on conditional expectations and distributions
November 27, 2023
p [dot] a [dot] boeken [at] uva [dot] nl
Visiting address:
Science Park 107
Amsterdam, NL
Room F3.30