Belgium Netherlands Workshop on Reinforcement Learning 2018
November 19, 2018
Science Centre, TU Delft
Sponsored by TU Delft Robotics Institute
The BeNeRL 2018 is an one-day workshop that intends to bring together reinforcement learning (RL) researchers in the Belgium-Netherlands region. We also kindly invite researchers from closely related disciplines, for example from the search & planning community. The programme includes invited talks, contributed talks, posters sessions and discussion slots. We encourage participants to contribute a short talk or posters themselves, to make the workshop as interactive and diverse as possible. The workshop set-up is informal, and we allow contributions from work that has already been peer-reviewed.
Keywords: Model-free RL, model-based RL, exploration/exploitation trade-off, planning, Monte Carlo Tree Search, imitation learning, robotics, hierarchiecal RL, transfer learning, partial observability, data efficiency, human-in-the-loop learning, emotion and RL.
Invited Speakers (confirmed):
Tim Salimans (Google Brain)
Herke van Hoof (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Wouter Koolen (Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica)
Thomas Moerland (TU Delft)
Thiago Dias Simao (TU Delft)
Robert Babuska (TUD)
Joost Broekens (TUD)
Catholijn Jonker (TUD)
Jens Kober (TUD)
Frans Oliehoek (TUD)
Aske Plaat (Universiteit Leiden)
Matthijs Spaan (TUD)
Registration: Full. You can register for the waiting list.
Registration is free of charge, and includes coffee, lunch and closing drinks. The optional dinner afterwards is at your own cost.