In Fall 2023, I will be joining the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor in the Robotics Department!
I am a Postdoc in the Paul Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington where I work with Prof. Siddhartha Srinivasa in the Personal Robotics Lab.
Prior to that, I received my Ph.D. and M.S. degrees from Cornell University, and a Diploma from the National Technical University of Athens.
My interests lie at the intersection of robotics, human-robot interaction, and artificial intelligence. My goal is to build robots that are accepted as valuable partners in dynamic environments like manufacturing sites, warehouses, and hospitals.
Here is my CV.
10/02/2022: Interview with the HLFF Spotlight Series Podcast
07/31/2022: New preprint
on crowd navigation via topological invariance.
on pose estimation for manipulation accepted to IROS
05/27/2022: Giving a tutorial on navigation in social contexts at ICRA
04/19/2022: Selected to participate in the Heidelberg Laureate Forum
on intersection crossing via braids accepted to WAFR
on topological analysis of traffic accepted to ICRA
01/05/2022: I'll be helping organize CoRL
accepted to HRI
11/23/2021: Organizing HRI workshop
on curiosity-driven approaches.
accepted to Transations on HRI
09/13/2021: 2 papers [1
] accepted to CoRL
09/01/2021: New paper
in the International Journal of Robotics Research
08/24/2021: Invited talks at kod*lab
and Cornell Robotics Seminar
06/24/2021: RSS paper
on planning with models of human help.
07/15/2021: Organized workshops at RSS
, and ICRA
05/07/2021: Invited talks at Talking Robotics
, TU Berlin
, AAAI Symposium
of our social navigation survey article available.