I am a 3rd year PhD candidate at MIT advised by Daniela Rus in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). My research focuses on making autonomous vehicles safer and more efficient. Current research includes interactions between autonomous vehicles and human drivers, and multi-vehicle coordination at intersections. My research is funded by the National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
- June 2019: Our paper “Sharing is Caring: Socially-Compliant Autonomous Intersection Negotiation” was accepted to the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) in Macau, China
- May 2019: Presented a poster at Resilient Robot Teaming Workshop at ICRA 2019 in Montreal
- February 2019: Passed Mechanical Engineering Quals. Officially a PhD candidate!
- January 2019: Presented paper “Partial Replanning for Decentralized Dynamic Task Allocation” at AIAA 2019 Scitech Forum (previously Guidance, Navigation, & Control Conferance) in San Diego.
- October 2018: I have joined the Distributed Robotics Lab!
- October 2018: Received an Honorable Mention for poster at the MIT Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition. MIT News Article.
- September 2018: Master’s thesis submitted titled “Decentralized Task Allocation for Dynamic, Time-Sensitive Tasks”
- June-September 2018: Working on multi-vehicle coordination at Aurora Flight Sciences
- July 2017: Presented at RSS Workshop: Robot Communication in the Wild