Brandon is currently a Ph.D. student at CMU in the Machine Learning Department advised by Professor Ruslan Salakhutdinov. His research goal is to develop broadly capable embodied agents that understand dynamic 3d environments and adapt to changes in their environment. He was an undergraduate at UC Berkeley working with Professor Sergey Levine on reinforcement learning and model-based optimization. He is an avid hiker, and enjoys composing music on the piano.
Brandon is an NDSEG Fellow supported in part by the DoD. His research is published in top ML conferences, and featured as oral presentations at the ICLR Foundation Models Workshop and CVPR Embodied AI Workshop, where his work MaSS won the Two-Phase Rearrangement Challenge.
CVPR 2022 Embodied AI Workshop (oral)