I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computing,
Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. My
research objective is to develop intelligent robots and software
agents that assist humans in their daily lives. Towards this
objective, my research focuses on
developing formal frameworks, algorithms and implementations that
allow autonomous agents to reason and act efficiently under
uncertainty. The results of my work range from theoretical
analyses to empirical demonstrations in the real world.
For more about my research, check out my group's webpage here
Student Opportunities I am looking for highly motivated
students to join my research group. If this could be you,
send me an email with a CV and a brief note
about your research interests.
Eureka Alert! Science News
Our work with Michael James McDonald, Mitch Lin, Dylan Hadfield-Menell, Pieter Abbeel and Stuart Russell was featured by the BBC
I am co-chairing ICAPS 2019
with J. Benton (NASA AMES).
Congratulations to undergraduate students Ryan Christensen and Perry Wang for
towards research projects in the group!