Leiden Reinforcement Learning Group

We do research into Reinforcement Learning and intelligent combinatorial algorithms. We teach the Master course Reinforcement Learning.

The Leiden Reinforcement Learning Group is hosted at LIACS, the Leiden Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science, with members from Leiden and  Delft University of Technology.

We are an open group, our interests range from reinforcement learning, games, multi-objective optimization, neural networks, robotics, software verification, to quantum computing.

We have weekly group meetings, Wednesdays from 14:00-15:00, in Snellius 176, 158, or elsewhere. Our style is highly informal and fun. We talk on any topic that interests us. Usually something very interesting and hard comes up, and there is not enough time to talk about it.

Our mailing list is rlg@lists.liacs.nl. Let us know when you want to be put on the list.


A sequence of Nature papers by Google Deepmind on AlphaGo, AlphaGo Zero, and AlphaZero has created much attention to results in reinforcement learning.