Veronica Chelu

Veronica Chelu
Ph.D. student, Student Ph.D.
Veronica Chelu

I am a Ph.D. student advised by Prof. Doina Precup at McGill University.

Broadly, I’m interested in reinforcement learning, the role of prediction in building representations of the world and complex behaviour. I believe that understanding the mechanisms of planning, and the consolidation of their instruments — world models, is central to grasping the principles of intelligence. To this end, my research focuses on this space of questions: How to plan and where from? What type of models should we plan with? Can we learn a representation good for planning?

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