Research Lead @ J.P.Morgan AI Research
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Michigan
I'm a research scientist at J. P. Morgan AI Research. My research interests are semantic robot programming, perception for mobile manipulation. My research goal is to enable users to program the world through a mobile agent. My motivation is rooted in assisting people with impaired physical mobility to live an independent life with dignity.
Prior to J. P. Morgan, I worked closely with my advisor Prof. Chad Jenkins in The Laboratory for Progress (PROGRESS) at The University of Michigan. Previously I was advised by Prof. Benjamin Kuipers and Prof. Silvio Savarese, and I worked in Intelligent Robotics Lab and Vision Lab at the University of Michigan.