♦ My PhD thesis is now available in the USC digital libraries.
♦ I am now working at Maritime Robotics in Trondheim, Norway :)
♦ I successfully defended my thesis on April 30, 2018! :)
♦ Our ICRA'18 Workshop on Informative Path Planning and Adaptive Sampling was well received! Find the proceedings on the website.
♦ I received a JOE Excellence in Review award :)
♦ Our work at the CMRE was awarded the 2017 NATO STO Scientific Achievement Award
→ in Viterbi News: Computer Science Graduate Student Earns NATO Scientific Achievement Award.
I am a software engineer and project manager at Maritime Robotics AS.
My research interests are in aquatic robotics, autonomous systems, multi-robot coordination, adaptive sampling, and environmental monitoring.
For code, including MOOS-IvP behaviors and processes, see my Github.
I obtained my PhD in Computer Science from the
Robotic Embedded Systems Lab at
While there, I did internships at
the Army Research Laboratory (2016),
Amazon Robotics (2015),
and at ATLAS Elektronik (2014).
Before I came to USC, I worked for three years at the NATO STO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE, formerly NATO Undersea Research Centre - NURC), on behavior and simulation/mission development & testing for autonomous underwater vehicles using the MOOS-IvP middleware (2009 - 2012). I obtained a BSc and MSc in Artificial Intelligence at the University of Groningen.