I am a PhD Candidate in the Computer Science and Engineering department at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Previously, I did my undergraduate studies at Olin College of Engineering and spent two years working at Liquid Robotics in Silicon Valley.
I am working with Professor Ryan Eustice as a member of the Perceptual Robotics Laboratory. My research is focused on the perception of dynamic objects for mobile robotics. Specifically, I focus on dynamic obstacle detection and tracking for self-driving cars.
I spent the summer of 2017 at the Toyota Research Institute.
The Next Generation Vehicle (NGV) project was a collaboration between the University of Michigan and Ford Motor Company to create a self driving car. Each vehicle is instrumented with sensors such as Velodyne LIDAR scanners, radar, and cameras and is capable of driving autonomously. I built algorithms to help detect and track dynamic obstacles on this platform.