I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Toronto, where I am supervised by Dr. Tovi Grossman and Dr. Anthony Tang. I am passionate about how we can design systems and techniques to support natural and intuitive human-robot interaction. Prior to joining the University of Toronto, I received my MSc in Computer Science at the University of Calgary where I studied how we can design autonomous vehicle-pedestrian interaction. I also hold a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta.
PhD in Computer Science, 2023
University of Toronto
MSc in Computer Science, 2019
University of Calgary
BSc in Electrical Engineering, 2016
University of Alberta
A novel system that enables teleoperators to demonstrate and save robot trajectories as templates and later re-use them to execute the same action in new situations.
Mapping a design space of explicit and implicit task allocation techniques for use in ad-hoc human-robot collaboration.
Studying the future interaction of autonomous vehicles and cyclists through a novel simulator.
Examining AV-pedestrian interaction through a novel simulator and in particular studying how pedestrians can interact with a mix of manually-driven, semi-autonomous, and autonomous vehicles.
Studying how we can design interfaces to support autonomous vehicle-pedestrian interaction.