I am a PhD candidate in the Mechanical Engineering department at UC Berkeley, working with Professor Roberto Horowitz. I received my bachelors of science in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology. My research interests are Intelligent Transportation Systems, Model Predictive Control and Robotics. My main focus is on developing algorithms and scalable tools for efficient traffic management. Currently, I am working on developing iterative learning algorithms and guarantees on the performance of controllers for traffic control and applying temporal logic tools in the context of traffic control.


negar.mehr [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Office: 410 McLaughlin Hall