I joined the Brain team at Google Research in 2019. Before that, I worked on computer vision research and related problems at Microsoft.
At Google, I’m most interested in creating artificial agents that can generalize to diverse tasks and environments. I mainly work on problems in deep learning, reinforcement learning, representation learning, information theory and robotics. I have been so far enjoying applying my research works to robot manipulation for arm grasping and robot locomotion for legged robots.
I received graduate degree from Carnegie Mellon University in computer science and undergraduate degree from National Taiwan University. I also attended the University of Tokyo and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for graduate studies but with incomplete degrees.