Researcher at Institute of Robotics & Intelligent Machines, Georgia Tech
ABOUT ME !
I am a PhD Candidate at Georgia Institute of Technology. I’m working with Dr. Zsolt Kira at the Institute of Robotics & Intelligent Machines. My current research focuses on 3D perception, Scene Understanding and Embodied AI and covers topics such as neural implicit reconstruction, efficient 3D object detection, 6D pose estimation, visual embodied navigation and semantic & spatial reasoning.
This spring, I am a research intern at Toyota Research Institute (ML-R) with Adrien Gaidon, Rares Ambrus and Sergey Zakharov working on generalizable object representation for 3D perception. I have been fortunate to spend time at Toyota Research Institute (Robotics) as a Research Intern. I worked on 3D perception, scene understanding and generalized behaviors for robotics manipulation with Thomas Kollar and Michael Laskey. The summer before, I interned at SRI International in the Vision and Learning Lab on multi-modal semantic and spatial reasoning for embodied agents.
Feel free to contact me to talk anything related to Robotics, Deep Learning or related to some of my projects. Below you will find my projects portfolio. You can find my resume here