I am a Ph.D candidate under prof. Liam Paull’s supervision in the Robotics and Embodied AI Lab. My research is oriented towards the application of reinforcement learning to robotics. More precisely, I focus on the reward uncertainty due to its estimation during the training of a physical agent.
In parallel, I am interested in the responsible development of AI. I was part of the team of the Montreal Declaration, and I am currently a member of Algora, an interdisciplinary research lab where we develop deliberative ethics of digital innovation. I am currently working on the Open Dialogue on AI Ethics in collaboration with UNESCO.
Before joining MILA, I was a master’s student at ETH Zurich where I worked on state estimation for aerial robots, such as drones and blimps, as well as visual odometry and SLAM methods for drones.