I am a PhD candidate at the University of Lille in the Inria SequeL team, advised by Prof. Olivier Pietquin and Jérémie Mary. My research project explores how to enable computers to acquire language through multimodal interactions. Therefore, I focus my work on goal-oriented visually grounded dialogues. I am both developing new neural architectures to fuse vision and language modalities, and I am extending deep reinforcement learning methods to fit the dialogue setting. Finally, I am also studying dialogues from a multi-player Markov game perspective to develop new training algorithms.

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I put a lot of effort in organizing quality workshops to federate communties around research directions. Therefore, I was involved in the organization of the following workshops:

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NIPS Workshop 2017!

We are organizing a workshop entitled: Visually-Grounded Interaction and Language It will take place at NIPS 2017, Friday, December 8th at Long Beach, CA, USA

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