About Me

I am currently a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Princeton University, advised by Jason D. Lee.

I have previously studied at the University of California, Berkeley, where I received my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. There, I was an undergraduate researcher in Prof. Sergey Levine's lab, working on model-based reinforcement learning together with Roberto Calandra and Rowan McAllister. I have also been involved with Facebook AI Research as a research intern.

I am broadly interested in exploring theoretical machine learning. Recently, I have been focusing on meta-learning and related areas, aiming to formalize structures shared among tasks that allow for sample-efficient learning.

You can reach me at kchua (at) princeton (dot) edu.

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