I am currently pursuing a PhD in Aeronautics & Astronautics at Stanford University as part of the Autonomous Systems Laboratory under the guidance of Professor Marco Pavone.
In 2015, I completed a Master’s degree and a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I conducted research with professor Russ Tedrake in the Robot Locomotion Group. My work has been focused on planning and control for small aerial vehicles. I became a Siebel Scholar in 2014 as a result of my work with Professor Tedrake.
Prior to joining Stanford, I spent a year at 3D Robotics in Berkeley, California, where I was developing next generation unmanned aerial vehicles.
Since I have started at Stanford, I have helped develop and teach Principles of Robotic Autonomy (AA 274) and co-founded the Stanford Robotics Seminar (now also taught under AA 289).
In my free time I try to stay active and enjoy the outdoors.