MARCH EVENTS

Overview

If you are following technology news, you have likely already read about how AI programs trained with reinforcement learning beat human players in board games like Go and chess, as well as video games.

As an engineer, scientist, or researcher, you may want to take advantage of this new and growing technology, but where do you start? The best place to begin is to understand
what the concept is, how to implement it, and whether it’s the right approach for a given problem.

Reinforcement learning allows you to solve control problems using deep learning but without using labeled data. Instead, learning occurs through multiple simulations of the system of interest.

This simulation data is used to train a policy represented by a deep neural network that would then replace a traditional controller or decision-making system.

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In this session, you will learn:

  • Learn about reinforcement learning and how MATLAB and Simulink can support the complete workflow for designing and deploying a reinforcement learning based controller.
  • How to apply reinforcement learning using MATLAB® and Simulink® products.
  • How to set up environment models, define the policy structure, and scale training through parallel computing to improve performance.

 

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Date:  30 Mar 2021

Time: 15:00 PM (GMT+8)

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Speaker

Naga Pemmaraju

Naga is a senior application engineer with MathWorks India and specializes in the areas of modeling, simulation, controls, and real-time simulations. He works closely with customers in the automotive industry, defense labs, and other top tier education institutes in helping them adopt Model-Based Design using MATLAB® and Simulink®. Naga has over 13 years of experience working in controls for the automotive, aerospace, and renewable energy domains. Prior to joining MathWorks, Naga worked on controls for wind turbines at Vestas Wind System, on auto-code generation for Converter Controls at Northern Power Systems, and on hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulations at Caterpillar Inc.

Naga holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics and control engineering from JNTU, Hyderabad and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University, Kingsville-USA.

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