I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at NYU Courant working on problems in Robotics and Machine Learning. I am also affiliated with the Center for Data Science. Together with several wonderful colleagues I am part of the CILVR (Computational Intelligence, Learning, Vision and Robotics) group.
My lab’s goal is to get robots to generalize and adapt in the diverse world we live in. To this end, my research touches the areas of Robot Learning, Representation Learning, Reinforcement Learning, and Affordable Robotics. A talk on our recent robotics efforts is here.
Here are some public talks that covers my recent research:
(March 2023) CMU RI Seminar - A Constructivist’s Guide to Robot Learning.
(May 2022) ETHZ Robot Autonomy Seminar - The Surprising Effectiveness of Representations for Robotics.
(May 2020) MIT EI Seminar - Diverse Data and Efficient Algorithms for Robot Learning.
(Fall 2022) CSCI-UA 473 Introduction to Machine Learning.
(Spring 2021) CSCI-UA 74 Big Ideas in Artificial Intelligence.