Having graduated with a Ph.D. from the
Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota, I am now working as a navigation
engineer at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
While at the University of Minnesota, I was a member of the Multiple Autonomous Robotic
Systems (MARS) lab,
under supervision of
My thesis research has focused on two challenging aspects of cooperative localization of mobile robots,
in particular initialization (i.e., relative pose estimation), and localization under severe communication
constraints. More details can be found in my thesis.
Currently, I am working on novel navigation techniques for interplanetary spacecraft.
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