Dissertation Talk: Risk-Sensitive Safety Analysis and Control for Trustworthy Autonomy

337B Cory Hall
  • Margaret Chapman, PhD Candidate, EECS
Methods for managing dynamic systems typically invoke one of two perspectives. In the worst-case perspective, the system is assumed to behave in the worst possible way; this perspective is used to provide formal safety guarantees. In the risk-neutral perspective, the system is assumed to behave as expected; this perspective is invoked in reinforcement learning and stochastic optimal control....

Snap!Con 2020

Sibley Auditorium Bechtel Engineering Center
What? For three days researchers, educators, makers and enthusiasts of Snap! from all over the world will gather in the iconic Berkeley, California to share ideas, experiences, schemes and artifacts around the beauty and joy of computing. Come and join us! Engage in lively demos, discussions, talks and pitches, and prepare to mingle with actual young thinkers. Where? The Conference will take...