👨💻 Hi! I am Robert (Chi-Fan) Lo, a master student studying Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), previously graduated from National Taiwan University (NTU) with B.S. Computer Science / B.A. in Economics. I want to understand the nature of intelligence, and is very interested in the binding problem in Machine Learning. I am interested in Reinforcement Learning (RL) and Natuaral Language Processing, and have experienece working on tuning/prompting Large Language Model (LLM) and object-centric representation (slot attention).
📋 I’m currently a Machine Learning Research Engineer Intern at Scale AI. Previously I’ve conducted SWE internships at quantitative trading startup Kronos, Microsoft and NVIDIA.
✏️ I write tutorials about advanced data structure and algorithms here on a random basis. Most topics I wrote are competitive programming stuff. I enjoy problem-solving and won second/fourth place at ICPC 2020/2019 Asia Taipei-Hsinchu Regional as team CRyptoGRapheR.
📚 In 2021, I coordinated a training camp, IOICamp, which helps students prepare for top-tier informatics competitions like IOI and ICPC. I also founded another entry-level coding camp in 2021 summer, APCSCamp, which teaches C++ and basic algorithm for all students from elementry school to college.
Carnegie Mellon University, 2022 - 2023 (exp.)
M.S. Computer Science
National Taiwan Unversity, 2018 - 2022, graduate rank 3/140 (2%)
B.S. Computer Science / Economics
Fast learner, able to pick up new stuffs fast