To prospective students:
I am actively recruiting graduate and undergraduate students to work on exciting research projects in robotics and AI, ranging from self-driving cars, flying cameras, ... to robots interacting with humans at home and in offices. Selected student will have opportunities to visit our collaborators at MIT and CMU. Students who are interested should have strong background in algorithms, some exposure to AI, good programming skills, and, most importantly, passion for research. If you are driven to pursue new ideas, you are welcome to contact me. If you are an overseas student seeking an internship opportunity, the mimimum duration is 6 months.
My research interests span robotics, AI, and computational biology. More information is available on the web site of my research group, M²AP.
I received Ph.D. in computer science from Stanford University, under the supervision of Jean-Claude Latombe, and was a member of the Robotics Laboratory. After leaving Stanford, I worked at Compaq Computer Corp.'s Cambridge Research Lab and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At National University of Singapore, I held the Sung Kah Kay Assistant Professorship and was a Faculty Fellow of the Singapore-MIT Alliance.