I am a PhD Candidate in Computer Science at Princeton University advised by Chi Jin.
I received an MS in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Katia Sycara, where I studied emergent communication and decision-making in multi-agent teams.
Previously, I obtained my undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, New Brunswick in Computer Science and Mathematics, where I received the C. Greg Hagerty Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science Award.
I studied learning hierarchical control primitives under the supervision of Kostas Bekris.
I previously spent some time as an Applied Scientist at Amazon studying multi-agent pathfinding (MAPF).
I am a recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and Francis Robbins Upton Fellowship.
I am always excited to collaborate with others. If you are interested in open-ended reinforcement learning or decentralized multi-agent teams, please do not hesitate to reach out.
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March 29, 2023: I am excited to announce that I have been awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)!
Emergent Compositional Concept Communication Through Mutual Information in Multi-Agent Teams
Seth Karten, Siva Kailas, Huao Li, Katia Sycara
Previous version appeared in IROS 2022 Workshop on Decision Making in Multi-Agent Systems.
Towards True Lossless Sparse Communication in Multi-Agent Systems
Seth Karten, Mycal Tucker, Siva Kailas, Katia Sycara
Previous version appeared in NeurIPS 2022 Workshop on Deep Reinforcement Learning.
Interpretable Learned Emergent Communication for Human-Agent Teams
Seth Karten, Mycal Tucker, Huao Li, Siva Kailas, Michael Lewis, Katia Sycara
IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems, 2023
Previous version appeared in IROS 2022 Workshop on Human Theory of Machines and Machine Theory of Mind for Human-Agent Teams.
Improving Kinodynamic Planners for Vehicular Navigation with Learned Goal-Reaching Controllers
Aravind Sivaramakrishnan, Edgar Granados, Seth Karten, Troy McMahon, Kostas E. Bekris
Previous version appeared in ICRA 2021 Machine Learning for Motion Planning Workshop.