Daehyung Park is a postdoctoral associate in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, working with Dr. Nicholas Roy in Robust Robotics Group. He is currently researching manipulation and natural language processing.

Park has experience in a broad range of robotics in both academic and industrial areas. He received a B.S. at Osaka University (advisor: Dr. Arai Tatsuo). He received an M.S. at the University of Southern California, where he researched movement primitives (advisor: Dr. Stefan Schaal). After earning his master’s degree, he worked as a robotics researcher at the Mechatronics R&D Center of Samsung Electronics Inc. He received a Ph.D. at Georgia Institute of Technology, where he researched a multimodal execution monitor for assistive robots (advisor: Dr. Charles C. Kemp).

Research Interests  -  Manipulation, Reinforcement Learning, Natural Language Processing

  • Three co-authored papers are accepted by IROS, ISER, and CoRL, 2018
  • My feeding system is exposed on media, Mouser and Grant Imahara, March 2018
  • D. Park, H. Kim, and C. C. Kemp. “Multimodal Anomaly Detection for Assistive Robots”, Autonomous Robots, 2018
  • Successfully defended my dissertation, "A Multimodal Execution Monitor for Assistive Robots" !!!
  • D. Park, Y. Hoshi, and C. C. Kemp. “A Multimodal Anomaly Detector for Robot-Assisted Feeding Using an LSTM-based Variational Autoencoder”, IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L), 2018