About me

p229h7xuyrresc8k.jpgI am an MSc student in computer science at the University of Toronto, supervised by Roger Grosse. I am interested in AI safety, especially from a theoretical perspective.

Previously, I studied mathematics at the Technical University of Berlin and the University of Oxford and interned at the Center for Human-Compatible AI at UC Berkeley. I am grateful to have been supported by Open Philanthropy and the Center on Long-Term Risk.

My great passion is playing the double bass. Prior to my research career, I studied the double bass in Stuttgart and Nuremberg and played with the Munich Philharmonic.

Google Scholar | Email: treutlein@cs.toronto.edu

Publications

  1. Timon Willi*, Johannes Treutlein*, Alistair Letcher*, Jakob Foerster. COLA: Consistent Learning with Opponent-Learning Awareness. ICML 2022.
  2. Johannes Treutlein, Michael Dennis, Caspar Oesterheld, and Jakob Foerster. A New Formalism, Method and Open Issues for Zero-Shot Coordination. ICML 2021.
  3. William MacAskill, Aron Vallinder, Caspar Oesterheld, Carl Shulman, and Johannes Treutlein. The Evidentialist’s Wager. The Journal of Philosophy, Volume 118, Issue 6, June 2021. [Penultimate Draft]

Working papers

  1. Julian Stastny, Maxime Riché, Alexander Lyzhov, Johannes Treutlein, Allan Dafoe and Jesse Clifton. Normative disagreement as a challenge for Cooperative AI. Accepted at the NeurIPS 2021 StratML and Cooperative AI workshops.

* Equal contribution

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