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Pittsburgh, PA 15213
I am a PhD student in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University, currently advised by Dr. Tom Mitchell and Dr. Yuanzhi Li. I also work closely with Dr. Ruslan Salakhutdinov and Dr. Amos Azaria.
I currently work extensively with large language models (LLMs) and reinforcement learning, on embodied reasoning, agent design, and RLHF.
I am generally interested in solving sequential decision problems with information from unstructured natural language (e.g., instruction manuals or news articles).
During my undergraduate at CMU, I have done research in Biorobotics Lab under Dr. Howie Choset and MultiComp Lab under Dr. Louis-Philippe Morency. Recently, I completed my undergraduate thesis on GANs under the supervision of Dr. Zhiting Hu and Dr. Eric Xing. I also worked with Dr. Ruslan Salakhutdinov on sequence generative models in collaboration with Apple Inc.
|Feb 28, 2023||I will be joining Microsoft Research over the summer.|
- Read and Reap the Rewards: Learning to Play Atari with the Help of Instruction ManualsIn NeurIPS, 2023RRL Workshop, ICLR 2022 (oral)
- Plan, Eliminate, and Track–Language Models are Good Teachers for Embodied AgentsPreprint, 2023
- SPRING: GPT-4 Out-performs RL Algorithms by Studying Papers and ReasoningIn NeurIPS, 2023
- SmartPlay : A Benchmark for LLMs as Intelligent AgentsPreprint, 2023