About Me

I am a graduate student at the University of Colorado, Boulder enrolled in the Computer Science Ph.D. program. My research is in the field of human-robot interaction, and I am interested in designing systems that help robots better understand human behavior and intent.

At CU Boulder, I conduct research as part of the IRON Lab in the ATLAS Institute with my advisor, Daniel Szafir. My work so far has focused on applying techniques such as active learning in inverse reinforcement learning, deep learning, and activity recognition to help robots gain common ground with human teammates by understanding human goal states or intent. On this website, you can find some summaries of my work and contact information for getting in touch.