I am a PhD candidate at Northeastern University advised by Rob Platt, Lawson Wong and Jan-Willem van de Meent (UvA). I primarily work in the Helping Hands Lab, but I am currently doing an internship at the Boston Dynamics AI Institute. Previously, I was a student researcher at Google Brain and an undergrad at CVUT.
I am interested in scene understanding (finding objects, understanding their 3D shapes, learning intuitive physics) applied to robot learning. My goal is to train robot policies that generalize over objects and scenes, and are able to capture a large number of tasks. My most current research interest is in robots learning to imitate human behaviors seen in videos on the internet.
|Sep 3, 2023
|I am presenting my paper One-shot Imitation Learning via Interaction Warping at CoRL’23 in Atlanta.
|Jul 23, 2023
|I am presenting my paper Invariant Slot Attention at ICML’23 in Honolulu.
|Jun 1, 2023
|I started an internship at the Boston Dynamics AI Institute.
- One-shot Imitation Learning via Interaction WarpingIn CoRL, 2023
- Invariant Slot Attention: Object Discovery with Slot-Centric Reference FramesIn ICML, 2023
- Learning Symmetric Embeddings for Equivariant World ModelsIn ICML, 2022