Ben Eysenbach

PhD Student at CMU & Student Researcher at Google Brain
beysenbaspam@cs.cmu.edu, @ben_eysenbach

Ben Eysenbach

Bio: I'm a PhD student in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University and a student researcher in Google Brain. I am co-advised by Ruslan Salakhutdinov and Sergey Levine. My PhD is supported by the National Science Foundation (GFRP) and the Hertz Fellowship. Previously, I was a Resident at Google Brain. I studied math and computer science at MIT.

Research summary: My research has focused on designing better RL algorithms.

Research opportunities: I am usually looking for students to help with research projects both during the semester and over the summer. If you are interested, please send me an email. I especially encourage students from underrepresented groups to reach out.



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