I am currently a researcher working with Vladlen Koltun at Apple.
In 2021, I received a PhD in Aeronautics & Astronautics from Stanford University where I studied under the guidance of Professor Marco Pavone. My research leveraged machine learning, optimization and control theory to address planning and control problems in robotics.
In 2015, I received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At MIT, I conducted research under the supervision of Professor Russ Tedrake.
Over my time as a researcher, I had the privilege of becoming a Siebel Scholar, and receive the Stanford Robotics Center Fellowship supported by FANUC. I cofounded the Stanford Robotics Seminar, and helped design and teach the first two instances of Principles of Robotic Autonomy.
|Nov 1, 2021||I joined Apple.|
|Jun 14, 2021||I graduated Stanford.|
ICRAAggressive quadrotor flight through cluttered environments using mixed integer programmingIn 2016 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation (ICRA) 2016
SIGCHIBeyond The Force: Using Quadcopters to Appropriate Objects and the Environment for Haptics in Virtual RealityIn ACM CHI Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems May 2019
RSSA Differentiable Augmented Lagrangian Method for Bilevel Nonlinear OptimizationIn Robotics: Science and Systems Jun 2019
ISRRBilevel Optimization for Planning through Contact: A Semidirect MethodIn Int. Symp. on Robotics Research Oct 2019
RSSLyapunov-Stable Neural-Network ControlIn Robotics: Science and Systems Jul 2021