Associate professor, Co-director of the Reasoning and Learning Lab. Interested in planning, learning and decision-making, mobile robotics, human-robot interaction, adaptive treatment design.
Ph.D. Candidate. Interested in mobile robotics, human-robot interaction, human-computer interaction, machine learning. Currently working on navigation in social environments.
M.Sc. Candidate. Interested in machine learning, computer vision and robotic navigation. Currently working on person detection and following.
M.Sc. Candidate. Interested in machine learning and robotics. Currently working on developing formal methods for evaluating robots.
Reasoning and learning lab
The research in the Reasoning and Learning Lab, co-directed by Professors Prakash Panangaden, Doina Precup and Joelle Pineau, is broadly concerned with the study of probabilistic systems. Current areas of interest include Markov processes, decision making under uncertainty and reinforcement learning.
Ongoing research areas
- Mapping, navigation, and control in public spaces
- Person detection and tracking
- Development of metrics for robot evaluations
- Flexible parking maneuvers
- Gesture recognition for caregiver commands
- Classification of activities based on sensor information