My name is Gabriel Dulac-Arnold and this is my web page.

I'm a reinforcement learning researcher, studying the challenges of bringing reinforcement learning into the real world. I obtained my PhD at LIP6, part of Université Pierre et Marie Curie under the supervision of Ludovic Denoyer. I currently work on issues of bringing RL to scale, and on making RL an industrial tool that can be easily applied to varied problems. I'm particularly interested in efficient and robust reinforcement learning algorithms for continuous control, with applications ranging from robotics to plant control.

I enjoy photography, and bring my trusty Canon 40D around with me on most of my travels. You can see the result on my flickr page, although I haven't updated it in a while.

I also play with electronics, and build various things.