Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Alberta, 2014-2018 (expected)
M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering, University of Alberta, 2014
B.Sc. in Electrical (Biomedical) Engineering, University of Alberta, 2010
My research is situated at the intersection between the human and the machine. Specifically, I am interested in applying reinforcement learning and representation learning algorithms to prosthetic devices for shared control with a human. My research spans multiple disciplines including biomedical engineering, optimization, computing science, and rehabilitation. Specific applications include advanced prosthetics, collaborative control of robotic devices, and collective creation with artificially intelligent agents.
Keywords: Reinforcement Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Shared Control of Prosthetic Devices, Representation Learning. Unsupervised Feature Learning, Semi-supervised Learning, Transfer Learning