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.
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.
- 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
I try to keep my google scholar page up to date. Below is an automatically generated set of pre-print publications from ArXiv:
If you have any questions or ideas, don’t hesitate to reach out.
- Email: mhagenow [at] wisc.edu
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