I’m Head of Robot Learning at Dyson, and lead the Dyson Robot Learning Lab in London. Our lab investigates how to get robots to learn practical skills and behaviours in a data-driven manner, without explicitly needing to hard-code steps for each new task. Our work lies on the intersection of reinforcement learning, imitation learning, and unsupervised representation learning. Previously, I was a postdoctoral fellow at UC Berkeley, advised by Pieter Abbeel, and prior to that, I completed my PhD at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Andrew Davison. For a formal bio, please see bio page.
Prospective candidates for the lab, please see available roles here.