Constantin Ruhdorfer is a PhD student in the Perceptual User Interfaces group and a PhD scholar in the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems (IMPRS-IS) since November 2023. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the Cooperative State University Baden-Württemberg and a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Stuttgart. His research interests lies in building and training agents that can cooperate well with humans by taking into account their individual mental states and preferences. Likewise his interests lie at the intersection of multi-agent reinforcement learning, inverse reinforcement learning, machine theory of mind and AI alignment.
- Machine Perception and Learning (Tutor) (winter)Master
- The Yokai Challenge: A New Frontier for Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning and Machine Theory of Mind (M.Sc.) Rui Yang
- Evaluation of Different Image Representations for Reinforcement Learning Agents (M.Sc.) Jayakumar Sundararaj
Open Thesis Projects
Cognitive Attention Guided Imitation LearningMaster
Generalization in Reinforcement Learning via a Human Attention OracleMaster
Intelligent Autocurricula for Generalization in Cooperative Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning EnvironmentsMaster