Starting Fall 2017, I will be an Assistant Professor at Princeton University in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) department.

I am currently a postdoctoral scholar at the Autonomous Systems Laboratory with Marco Pavone at Stanford.

My research interests lie in developing approaches for pushing highly agile robotic systems to the brink of their hardware limits while ensuring that they operate in a provably safe manner despite uncertainty in their environment and dynamics.

I received my PhD from
MIT working with Russ Tedrake at the Robot Locomotion Group in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) department. Before that, I was an undergrad at UPenn and received a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics.


Prospective students

As I setup my new lab at Princeton, I am looking for exceptional PhD and postdoc candidates. PhD candidates should apply through the Princeton graduate admissions process. Prospective postdocs can contact me directly.