I am currently a Visiting Research Associate with the Learning and Intelligent Systems Group at MIT CSAIL. I graduated from SCS at Carnegie Mellon University where I studied Computer Science and Mathematical Science. I am interested in applying Machine Learning and Optimization to Robotics.
I graduated in 3.5 semesters, after which I worked full-time at Uber Advanced Technologies Group on the Prediction team with Jeff Schneider.
I have interned at Google where I worked on Beacon tech with Scott Jenson. My first internship was with zSpace Virtual Reality where I wrote a Neural Network library and built a Gesture Recognition algorithm.
My research at CMU involved both Robotics and Applied Machine Learning. I worked on Bidirectional A* optimization (Maxim Likhachev), Activity Recognition for Sensors, and ML for Mobile Privacy (Yuvraj Agarwal)
At MIT, I am advised by Leslie Pack Kaelbling and Tomas Lozano-Perez.
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