About me

I am a PhD student at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), supervised by Prof. Chengqi Zhang and Prof. Jing Jiang. Before joining UTS, I was a visiting scholar at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), working with Dr Jing Jiang and Prof. Xuan Song. I received my Master’s Degree and Bachelor’s Degree from the School of Data and Computer Science, Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU) in 2020 and 2017 respectively, under the supervision of Prof. Chang-Dong Wang.

My current research focuses on improving the reliability of autonomous agents from a causal perspective. This not only allows agents to gain a deeper understanding of the world and make more informed decisions, but also fosters trust and transparency by elucidating the causal relationships behind their decisions, not just correlations. Ultimately, the goal of my research is to advance the progress of next-generation AI agents that are not only intelligent but also reliable, with enhanced robustness, interpretability, fairness, and safety. If you are also passionate about this field and are interested in potential collaborations or discussing research ideas, please feel free to reach out to me 😉

🔥 News

  • Our paper on fairness in reinforcement learning is accepted by IJCAI 2024. Plus, our tutorial is also accepted! See you in Jeju, Korea!
  • I’m grateful to receive the Student Best Paper Award from the Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute.
  • Our tutorial proposal on causal reinforcement learning is accepted by IJCNN 2024 (Please check our tutorial here). See you in Yokohama, Japan!
  • Our survey paper on causal reinforcement learning is accepted by Transactions on Machine Learning Research!
  • Our paper on offline RL is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (CORE A*, IF=24.314)!
  • We just present a tutorial on causal reinforcement learning at ADMA 2023 in Shenyang, China. Please check our presentation here.
  • Our survey paper on causal reinforcement learning is now available on arxiv.
  • One new paper on offline RL is on arxiv now.
  • One paper on offline RL has been accepted by ICLR 2022 (CORE A*, Spotlight).
  • One paper on session-based recommender systems has been accepted by TNNLS (CORE A*).
  • One paper on deep learning-based recommender systems has been accepted by AAAI 2019 (CORE A*, Oral).
  • Our paper on serendipitous recommendation was accepted by TCYB (CORE A).