Erin Talvitie (Harvey Mudd College)
Erin Talvitie is an associate professor of Computer Science at Harvey Mudd College. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2004 with majors in Computer Science and Mathematics and received her Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Michigan in 2010. She was a founding member of the Department of Computer Science at Franklin & Marshall College before moving on to Harvey Mudd College in 2019. Her research interests focus on model-based reinforcement learning -- specifically scaling model-based approaches up to complex, high-dimensional problems -- with he aim of working toward artificial autonomous agents that can learn to act flexibly and competently in unknown environments. She is the recipient of an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, an NSF CAREER grant, outstanding reviewer awards from AAAI and NeurIPS, a best paper nomination from AAMAS, and a best paper award from RLDM.
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