I am a PhD student in the Autonomous Intelligent Robotics (AIR) research group at the State University of New York at Binghamton, supervised by Shiqi Zhang. I am also a student researcher at Google Brain.
My goal is to develop algorithms that solve complex and long-horizon tasks for autonomous robots. My research uses techniques from planning (e.g., probabilistic planning, task and motion planning) and learning (e.g., classical machine learning, deep learning, reinforcement learning).
Jan 2022: Two papers accepted to ICRA 2022.
Sep 2021: Talk at SUNY Binghamton CS department seminar on Online Attribute Learning and Visually Grounded Planning for Robots. Slides are available.
Jul 2021: Spotlight talk at RSS 2021 (virtual). Video is available.
Jun 2021: GHAL360 accepted to IROS 2021.
May 2021: ITRS accepted to RSS 2021.