I am PhD student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) supervised by Prof. Alberto Rodriguez. Here you can find some of my recent projects and some work that I did during my undergrad.
Graduate Work and Projects
With the MIT-Princeton team we developed a robust robotic system for bin picking.
Characterizing the uncertainty of different pushes allows better action selection.
We developed the algorithm GP-SUM: a GP-Bayes filter that propagates in time non-Gaussian beliefs.
More than a million datapoints collected on real pusing experiments.
Reactive grasping using tactile sensing
Closed-loop grasping using tactile sensors can improve accuracy and improve grasp stability.
Undergraduate Work and Projects
A cheap autonomous RC car
Hacking the car's controller, we made it be a self-driving car.
The drawing robot
Our homemade robot can draw an image from the Internet onto any blackboard.
Get In Touch
If you are interested in my research do not hesitate to contact me.
The MCube Lab
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139