I am a third year PhD student  in the Robotics Program at Oregon State University. I am working with Dr. Geoff Hollinger and Dr. Fuxin Li.  My research interests lie in utilizing perception efficiently and effectively for robot planning and navigation. Improving this interface will allow robots to be more effective in the field and be used for a wider variety of tasks. 

I previously worked with Dr. Karthik Dantu in the Distributed Robotics lab at the University at Buffalo. I received my BS in Computer Engineering with a minor in Mathematics from the University in May 2016. 

Please refer to my CV for more information on my professional and academic experiences. 


Recent Events:
  • (September 2018) I presented our work on deep learning for underwater reconstruction at the annual PMEC meeting. 
  • (April 2018) I started the Deep Learning in Robotics Reading Group at OSU. 
  • (March 2018) I will be at ICRA presenting our work on Real-time Underwater 3D Reconstruction Using Global Context and Active Labeling (pdf, video)
  • (August 2017) I will be presenting our work using atrous CNNs for analyzing sonar imagery at an IROS Workshop (pdf)