About Me

I am a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at UW-Madison. Currently, I am working on Effective Human-Robot Teaming to Advance Aviation Manufacturing as part of the NASA University Leadership Initiative (ULI). My main research interests lie in controls and robotics. Previously, I was a manager at Epic Systems working on patient portals. I received my BS in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University in 2014 and my MS in Mechanical Engineering from UW-Madison in 2019.

Research Interest

My current research is supported by a NASA University Leadership Initiative Project focused on introducing effective human-robot teaming into aviation manufacturing. Specificially, my research falls at the intersection of Learning from Demonstration (LfD), Haptics, and Shared Autonomy. More detail can be found at Wisconsin Robotics.

Recent News

Older News
  • Mar 2021 - Virtually hosted Dr SK Gupta from USC for the inaugural Wisconsin Robotics Seminar Series
  • Feb 2021 - "Recognizing Orientation Slipin Human Demonstrations" was accepted for publication at the 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)
  • Feb 2021 - "Corrective Shared Autonomy for Addressing Task Variability" was accepted for publication in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RAL)
  • Feb 2021 - Presented a video and live Q&A as part of the 2021 NASA TACP Showcase
  • May 2020 - Created a method, FAMrec, for 3D pose recognition of arbitrary meshes as part of a computer vision class project
  • Feb 2020 -Completed Delta Intern Project - Problem-Based Learning Activity to Promote Adaptive Expertise
  • Nov 2019 -Traveled to Boeing Charleston to tour facility as part of the NASA ULI Project
  • Jul 2019 -Traveled to Washington DC as part of NASA University Leadership Initiative Kick-off


I try to keep my google scholar page up to date. Below is an automatically generated set of pre-print publications from ArXiv:


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