I am a roboticist with a passion for enabling legged robots to make sense of their world and how to move through it to perform real work. I am currently a software engineer at Apptronik working on navigation and motion planning for humanoid robots. Previously I earned my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University focusing on the intersection between planning and control to enable autonomous legged robot agility.
Take a look around at some of the things I’ve worked on over the years, including research with the Robomechanics Lab (supported by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program) or some of my other projects (I’m currently working on a lot of cool things with Apptronik but nothing I can reveal yet, so stay tuned!).
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