I am a PhD student in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Dr Sebastian Scherer. I am part of the AirLab and the Field Robotics Center.
My research lies at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Field Robotics and Aerospace Engineering. My current research efforts are focused on developing tools and algorithms for cooperative human-robot collaboration in safety-critical environments.
I am passionate about aviation. I currently hold a FAA Private Pilot License. I am also the Founding President of The Flying Club, a CMU community organization for promoting general aviation.
Move over, autopilot: This AI can avoid other planes, Popular Science, Sept 2022
CMU's AI pilot lands in the news, Practical AI – Episode #189, Sept 2022
Drones bearing parcels deliver big carbon savings, Nature, Aug 2022
Researchers Develop AI Pilot for Navigating Crowded Airspace, Aviation Today, Aug 2022
AI Pilot Can Navigate Crowded Airspace, CMU School Of Computer Science, Aug 2022
Flying Club To Promote Aviation at CMU, The Piper, June 2021