I am a PhD Student at the Automatic Control Laboratory at ETH Zürich under the supervision of Prof. Florian Dörfler. I am part of NCCR Automation.
My current research interests include optimal transport and gradient flows in the Wasserstein space, with applications in robust optimization and game theory.
I regularly offer student projects: see here if interested.
I received my BSc. and MSc. in Mechanical Engineering with focus in Robotics, Systems, and Control from ETH Zürich in 2016 and 2019, respectively. During my Master's studies, I visited the Massachussets Institute of Technology and wrote my Master's thesis at Stanford University, in Prof. Marco Pavone's Autonomous Systems Lab.
|July 2021||Our paper Analysis and Control of Autonomous Mobility-on-Demand Systems: A Review was accepted to the Annual Review of Control, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems.|
|June 2021||We have a new preprint: Check it out here.|
|June 2021||Our paper Game Theory to Study Interactions between Mobility Stakeholders was accepted at the 24th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC).|
|April 2021||We have a new preprint: Check it out here.|
|December 2020||I am honored to receive the 2020 SVOR/ASRO award for the best Master's thesis.|
|June 2020||I am honored to receive the ETH Medal and the Willi Studer Prize.|
|May 2020||Our paper On the Co-Design of AV-Enabled Mobility Systems was accepted at the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC).|
|April 2020||We have a new preprint: Check it out here.|
|November 2019||I presented our work on game-theoretic models for self-driving cars at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Seattle.|