About Me

I am currently a senior majoring in Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan. You can find a list of courses I have taken or taught in here. I have worked under the supervision of Prof. Kira Barton. I have also worked as a research intern in the Biorobotics Lab and advised by Prof. Howie Choset.

My research focuses on solving path and motion planning problems for single and multiple robots, especially on the topic of sensor-based motion planning. In particular, my research aims to find the connection between raw sensory information and predefined objectives while efficiently computing feasible motion plans to optimize current robot actions. These problems often arise in smart manufacturing. Details of my past research can be found in here. In the future, I would like to investigate more path and motion planning problems, including safe and efficient motion planning and multi-robot collaboration.