I am working as a Research Engineer with the Microsoft AirSim team.
Before that, I was a Masters in Robotics student at Carnegie Mellon University, working on perception and motion planning algorithms for quadrotors at the Air Lab at the Robotics Institute, advised by Sebastian Scherer and working closely with Michael Kaess. I focused on thin obstacle detection and mapping for UAVs, and marrying traditional sampling based motion planning algorithms with machine learning.
During times when I am tired of being a wannabe in robotics, I tend to come back to old hobbies or try to pick up some new ones. These include biking, reading (totally not adding books to my to-read list), playing the guitar pretentiously, sketching, and writing.

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