I am a first year PhD student at MILA—Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute and University of Montreal. I am supervised by Professor Sarath Chandar.

I am interested in developing lifelong learning agents that are able to adapt and respond to a variety of situations and inputs, such as examples, instructions, demonstrations, and rewards. Currently, I am exploring lifelong learning in the context of reinforcement learning.

Before coming to MILA, I was a researcher at CMU where I was fortunate to work with some amazing professors and colleagues. I worked with Professor Tom Mitchell on creating compositional agents, Professor Katerina Fragkiadaki on using 3D feature tensors to improve one shot learning of physical concepts (i.e. shapes), and Professor Matt Gormley on creating a framework for Neural Architecture search.


  • [December 2021] We’ve released v1 of RLHive, our RL research framework. Check it out here!
  • [September 2021] I’m fast tracking to a PhD at CRL!
  • [July 2021] Our work on the effect of Pretraining on lifelong learning models was accepted as a Spotlight at the ICML 2021 Theory of Continual Learning Workshop!