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About Myself

Hi, I am Sebastian Tschiatschek and currently assistant professor (tenure-track) of machine learning at the University of Vienna. Before that I was a senior researcher in the Machine Learning and Perception Group (now All Data AI) at Microsoft Research Cambridge. Before joining Microsoft I was a postdoc in the Learning and Adaptive Systems Group at ETH Zurich led by Prof. Andreas Krause. Before joining ETH, I received a PhD from Graz University of Technology under supervision of Prof. Franz Pernkopf at the Signal and Speech Processing Laboratory.
My research interests include probabilistic models (with a focus on set-valued inputs and outputs) and exploration and imitiaton in reinforcement learning.
If you are interested in pursuing a Master thesis or Bachelor thesis or a PhD in any of the areas listed above, please contact me directly.


News

Paper Accepted at IJCAI

Posted: April 2021
One paper was accepted at IJCAI: Congrats Lukas and Lena!

Workshop proposal accepted at ICML

Posted: April 2021
Our workshop on Human-AI Collaboration in Sequential Decision-Making was accepted at this year's ICML. Please consider the call for papers.

Tutorial at IJCAI

Posted: April 2021
Adish Singla and I will give a tutorial on Recent Advances in Reinforcement Learning for Human-AI Collaboration at this year's IJCAI. Details will follow.

Papers Accepted at AAAI and EAAI

Posted: January 2021
One paper was accepted at AAAI and one at EAAI:

Paper Accepted at NeurIPS

Posted: October 2020
One paper accepted at this year's NeurIPS:

Lecture/Tutorial on Machine Learning

Posted: September 2020

New Preprints on Arxiv

Posted: June 2020
Two new preprints are available on arxiv:

Visual agent technology for augmenting people’s own capabilities

Posted: March 2020
Here's an interesting article on a project I was involved in while being at Microsoft Research Cambridge: Link

New Affiliation

Posted: January 2020
I have joined the University of Vienna as assistant professor (tenure-track) of machine learning.

AAMAS 2020

Posted: January 2020
Our paper was accepted at AAMAS 2020:

ICLR 2020

Posted: December 2019
The following paper was accepted at ICLR 2020:

NeurIPS 2019

Posted: September 2019
We have four papers accepted at NeurIPS 2019! Please check for updates of the papers from time to time as these are not yet the final versions.

ICML 2019

Posted: June 2019
We have one paper at the main conference and one paper in the Real-world Sequential Decision Making: Reinforcement Learning and Beyond workshop:

NeurIPS 2018

Posted: December 2018
We have one paper at the main conference and one paper in the deep reinforcement learning workshop: