KC Tsiolis


M.Sc. Student in Mathematics at McGill University and Mila

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Email: kc (dot) tsiolis (at) mail (dot) mcgill (dot) ca

If you are at McGill, you will find me in my office with high probability:

Burnside Hall, Room 1021
805 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC H3A 0B9


My full name is Konstantinos Christopher Tsiolis, but most people call me by my initials “KC”. I am a second-year M.Sc. student in Mathematics and Statistics at McGill University and Mila under the supervision of Adam Oberman. I am broadly interested in developing a rigorous theoretical understanding of deep learning. My current research is on self-supervised learning and random matrix theory for neural networks.

I graduated with a B.Sc. from McGill in Honours Mathematics and Computer Science in 2021. During my first two summers of undergraduate studies, I was a research assistant at Mila and the McGill Reasoning and Learning Lab under the supervision of Jackie Cheung, where I worked on word embeddings and computational pragmatics.


You can view my CV here.


Jingyi He, KC Tsiolis, Kian Kenyon-Dean, and Jackie Chi Kit Cheung. 2020. Learning Efficient Task-Specific Meta-Embeddings with Word Prisms. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Computational Lingusitics, pages 1229-1241. [pdf]

Course Projects

KC Tsiolis. 2022. Numerical Methods for the Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equation in Optimal Control. McGill University MATH 578 (Numerical Analysis 1). [pdf]

KC Tsiolis. 2020. A Brief Survey of Semi-Supervised Learning and Its Application in Natural Language Processing. McGill University COMP 599 / MATH 597 (Statistical Learning Theory) Final Project. [pdf]

KC Tsiolis. 2019. No Context Left Behind: Meta-Embeddings with Word Vectors Trained on Different Notions of Context. McGill University COMP 400 (Honours Research Project). [pdf]

Research Summaries

KC Tsiolis. 2020. Quantifier Scope Disambiguation. Summary of research conducted in Summer 2020 under the supervision of Jackie Cheung. [pdf]

KC Tsiolis. 2019. Dual Representations of Words with Asymmetric Contexts. Summary of research conducted in Summer 2019 with Jingyi He and Edward Newell, supervised by Jackie Cheung. [pdf]


Fall 2022: Teaching Assistant for MATH 222 (Calculus 3) at McGill Unversity

Fall 2021: Course Assistant for COMP 251 (Algorithms and Data Structures) at McGill University