A Little About Myself.
I am a PhD candidate at Stanford University in the AeroAstro department. I moved to the Bay Area in 2016 after finishing my undergraduate degree in at the University of Toronto in Engineering Science with an aerospace specialization and a minor in robotics.
I became interested in robotics in my third year as an undergraduate student. Developing robotic intelligence that has vast potential to help people is inspiring. Robotics has had an impact on humanity in so many ways: from exploration on Mars to minimally invasive surgery to increased transportation mobility.
I currently work on self-driving car perception systems that enable temporal predictions and occlusion inference within the local environment of the ego vehicle. Self-driving cars are particularly exciting for me as an application of robotics due to their potential to increase independent mobility for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities.
In my spare time, I take contemporary dance classes, travel, paint, and work towards improving my culinary skills.
Waymo Applied Research Intern
Stanford PhD Student
I am currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University.
Renault Innovation R&D Intern
Stanford Master's Student
I began my graduate career at Stanford as a Master's student in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Bachelor's in Applied Science and Engineering
I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto in the Engineering Science program with a specialization in Aerospace Engineering and a minor in Robotics.
Under the supervision of Prof. Angela Schoellig at the University of Toronto, I completed an undergraduate thesis on iterative learning for multi-agent robotic systems.
Design Research Intern
As part of the Design Research team in the Digital Channels Department at TD Canada Trust, I worked towards building user-centered design practices for the digital products output by the bank.