My research aims to provide a quantitative understanding of how to develop control strategies for search and exploration that naturally take into account prior infomation, as well as the dynamic constraints of the sensory system. I am currently working on developing optimal control-based methods for solving trajectory optimization problems in the context of exploration. I am also collaborating with Malcolm MacIver, applying ergodic search strategies to an electrosensing robot as part of the Active Electrosense project.
I am the chair of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) Student Activities Committee and Student Member of the IEEE RAS Administrative Committee.
For more information about me and my research interests, see my personal webpage (link).