Supervision

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Supervision

Undergraduate

  • Yiping Wang, Computer Science at the University of Victoria. Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Award recipient.
    • Project: Generalization in Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning for Crowd Navigation

Student Mentoring/Advising

Current Doctoral

  • Muhammad Usman, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at York University.
    • Thesis: Spatial Analytics for Simulated User Behaviors in Virtual Environments
  • Seonghyeon Moon, Computer Science at Rutgers University.
    • Project: Hierarchical Deep Reinforcement Learning for Humanoid Agents

Past Doctoral

  • Kaidong Hu, Computer Science at Rutgers University.
    • Project: Multi-agent Deep Reinforcement Learning

Current Master’s

  • Yunao Shen, Shengdon Liu, Ruolin Qu, Computer Science at Rutgers University.
    • Thesis: Multi-Modal Curriculum in Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning
  • Melissa Kremer, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at York University.
    • Thesis: Distracted Agent Modelling in Synthetic Crowds

Past Master’s

  • Muhammad Usman, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at York University.
    • Thesis: Towards Static and Dynamic Analysis of Architectural Elements

Past Undergraduate

  • Jeffrey Yang, Computer Science at Rutgers University.
    • Project: Vehicular Traffic Simulation in Urban Environments
  • Yunao Shen, Shengdon Liu, Ruolin Qu, Computer Science at Rutgers University. CS523 Computer Graphics.
    • Project: Competitive Multi-agent Inverse Reinforcement Learning
  • Hemanth Chiluka, Computer Science at Rutgers University. CS523 Computer Graphics.
    • Project: Robust Multi-Agent Footstep Planning
  • Duc Ngo, Computer Science at Rutgers University. Grossman Interdisciplinary Research Team (GIRT) Fellowship Capstone Project.
    • Project: Heterogeneous Simulation Platform for Pedestrian/Vehicular Interfaces
  • Martin Leung, Engineering Science at the University of Toronto. Now at AMD, previously Ubisoft Toronto.
    • Thesis: Gamifying Speech Therapy for Stroke Victims