About

Hi! I am Chuning, a senior studying Computer and Information Science at University of Pennsylvania advised by Mayur Naik. I work on computer vision and deep reinforcement learning, particularly at the intersection of theory and application. I am currently a student researcher at the GRASP Laboratory, where I am fortunate to work with Oleh Rybkin, Kostas Daniilidis, and Sergey Levine. Previously, I was a Teaching Assistant for CIS 160: Discrete Mathematics and CIS 522: Deep Learning, and a research assistant at the the PRECISE Center.

Some of my other interests include tennis, photography, and taking purposeless walks. Here is the most recent walk I took.

Flaneur: a person of leisure, deliberately aimless, simply wandering the streets and soaking in the city.

News

[June 2021] Our ICML paper on model-based reinforcement learning via latent-space collocation is now released! Check out the paper and the website.