About: Robotics is an integrated science. My expertise is in building full-stack robotic systems (spanning perception, planning, and control modules) on real hardware (i.e. physical systems prone to uncertainty, memory, networking, and performance problems) using state-of-the-art algorithms from industry and academia. My goal is to enable autonomous robots to act intelligently (to robustly and adaptively solve tasks by reasoning about and manipulating entities) in the complex and unstructured world, in which we as humans live. As part of the Draper–MIT–Harvard research initiative, a system I led the development on was named a finalist for the KUKA Innovation Award.
- Co-Founder at Southie Autonomy Works (2017-)
- Robotics Scientist at Draper & Visiting Scientist at MIT, Harvard University (2016-2017)
- 2017/12/11 – Left Robotics Scientist position at Draper.
- 2017/08/30 – Our team has been selected as a KUKA Innovation Award: Real-world Interaction Challenge Finalist!
- 2016/11/01 – My robot project proposal has been down selected out of 125 submissions for a big multi-million dollar internal research initiative as part of the Draper DFY17 IR&D process!