I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University Bloomington, working with Lantao Liu in Vehicle Autonomy and Intelligence Lab and Roni Khardon in Machine Learning Research Group. I spent wonderful summers at Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL), working with Diego Romeres on robotic manipulation and Marcel Menner on legged robot.
My research aims to empower robots to proactively interact with their environment and people, while effectively addressing uncertainty stemming from various sources. My Ph.D. research focuses on robotic information gathering, which encompasses data-efficient learning and information-driven planning and control.
I am happy to chat or collaborate with you! please feel free to reach out:
|Adaptive Robotic Information Gathering via Non-Stationary Gaussian Processes|
|DiSProD: Differentiable Symbolic Propagation of Distributions for Planning|
|Model-Agnostic Multi-Agent Perception Framework|
|AK: Attentive Kernel for Information Gathering|
|Informative Planning in the Presence of Outliers|
|Multi-Objective and Model-Predictive Tree Search for Spatiotemporal Informative Planning|
|Long-Term Autonomous Ocean Monitoring with Streaming Samples|
|Pareto Monte Carlo Tree Search for Multi-Objective Informative Planning|