Yunzhu Li

I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University.

Before joining Columbia, I was an Assistant Professor at UIUC CS. I also spent time as a Postdoc at the Stanford Vision and Learning Lab (SVL), working with Fei-Fei Li and Jiajun Wu. I received my PhD from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT, where I was advised by Antonio Torralba and Russ Tedrake, and I obtained my bachelor's degree from Peking University.

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Robotic Perception, Interaction, and Learning Lab (RoboPIL)

Recent Talks

Foundation Models for Robotic Manipulation
[2024/03] Invited Talk, CMU VASC Seminar
Learning Structured World Models From and For Physical Interactions
[2024/03] Guest Lecture, CMU 16-831: Intro to Robot Learning

Publications (show selected / show by date / show by topic)
Research Topics: Robotic Manipulation / Foundation Models for Embodied Agents / Physical Scene Understanding / Multi-Modal Perception

Selected Honors

Professional Service