Paul B. Reverdy
Human-in-the-loop control systems
Vehicle dynamics and control
I did my undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, where I majored in Engineering Physics and Applied Mathematics.
In engineering, I was most affiliated with the Department of Mechanical Engineering. I spent a year studying at
the Ecole Polytechnique, France, where I interned at the Hydrodynamics Laboratory, LadHyX. From 2007-2009,
I was a Research Assistant for the Risk Analysis section at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Washington, DC.
Since 2009 I have been a graduate student at Princeton University.
Google Scholar Profile
Modeling human decision-making in generalized Gaussian multi-armed bandits
Proceedings of the IEEE, April 2014
Modeling human decision-making in multi-armed bandits
Multidisciplinary Conf. on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making, Princeton, NJ, USA, October 2013
On optimal foraging and multi-armed bandits
Proc. 51st Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, 2013
Towards optimization of a human-inspired heuristic for solving explore-exploit problems
Proc. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2012
Underwater robotics at the Dynamical Systems Control Laboratory, Princeton
MAE Generals Binders
Investing for Technical Majors article, October 2010 revision.