I am a graduate student at Mila with Dhanya Sridhar and
The areas of my scientific research interests are causal representation learning and reinforcement learning. I work on making the
representations learnt by agents operating in an interaction-based setting identify latent variables which may be statically unobservable,
and on learning how to intervene towards learning such representations. I also work on standardized procedures and metrics for
evaluating representation and reinforcement learning methods, for example, a current direction I find particularly interesting is
evaluating mathematical reasoning abilities of these methods.
In addition to my research interests, I like to learn and incorporate better software design in my research towards
well-maintained (!) iterative codebases. I also like to spend my time studying mathematics and some topics from physics such as thermodynamics
and statistical mechanics (for some interesting interpretations of causality!).
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Experience and new stuff
TriFinger: An Open-Source Robot for Learning Dexterity
Paper Twitter Project Page Real Robot Challenge
I love his website design.