About

I am a Resident at Facebook AI Research in New York and an incoming PhD Student in Computer Science at Stanford University.

I received my undergraduate degree from Brown University in May 2018, where I concentrated in Computer Science and Literary Arts. While at Brown, I did research in natural language processing and human-robot interaction advised by Eugene Charniak and Stefanie Tellex.

My research focuses on natural language processing and machine learning, specifically developing robust models for grounded language understanding. My goal is to build agents that can collaborate effectively with humans and act safely in different environments.


News


Publications

2019

Improving Grey-Box Fuzzing by Modeling Program Control Flow
Siddharth Karamcheti, Gideon Mann, and David Rosenberg
Workshop on Machine Learning for Software Engineering (ML4SE), June 2019
[pdf]

Grounding Natural Language Instructions to Semantic Goal Representations for Abstraction and Generalization
Dilip Arumugam*, Siddharth Karamcheti*, Nakul Gopalan, Edward C. Williams, Mina Rhee, Lawson L.S. Wong, and Stefanie Tellex
Autonomous Robots (AuRO), February 2019
[free-to-read pdf]

2018

Adaptive Grey-Box Fuzz Testing with Thompson Sampling
Siddharth Karamcheti, Gideon Mann, and David Rosenberg
11th ACM Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Security (AISEC), October 2018
[pdf] [talk]

2017

Modeling Latent Attention within Neural Networks
Christopher Grimm, Dilip Arumugam, Siddharth Karamcheti, David Abel, Lawson L.S. Wong, and Michael Littman
Preprint
[pdf]

A Tale of Two DRAGGNs: A Hybrid Approach for Interpreting Action-Oriented and Goal-Oriented Instructions
Siddharth Karamcheti, Edward C. Williams, Dilip Arumugam, Mina Rhee, Nakul Gopalan, Lawson L.S. Wong, and Stefanie Tellex
1st Workshop in Language Grounding for Robotics (RoboNLP) @ ACL, August 2017
Best Paper Award
[pdf]

Accurately and Efficiently Interpreting Human-Robot Instructions of Varying Granularities
Dilip Arumugam*, Siddharth Karamcheti*, Nakul Gopalan, Lawson L.S. Wong, and Stefanie Tellex
Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS), June 2017
[pdf]