I am a PhD student with focus on robotic perception, path planning and controls. My research objective is to ensure safe autonomy in mobile robots which are navigating in uncertain and unstructured environments. This problem is inherently multi-disciplinary. The concepts from state estimation play an important role in the perception subsystem. On the other hand, planning, controls and decision making are crucial for robot autonomy. Finally, the hardware and software integration is an inevitable part of a fully functional robot. Working on these kinds of problems gives me an insight into multiple robotic components with around 7 years of experience on various cyber-physical systems. I am currently working towards my PhD with Dr. Sean Humbert as my advisor at CU Boulder. Previously, I worked at the Multi-Agent Robotics and Heterogeneous Systems (MARHES) Lab, UNM, under the supervision of Dr. Rafael Fierro for my Master’s.
PhD in Aerospace Engineering Sciences, 2021
University of Colorado Boulder, CO, USA
MS in Electrical Engineering, 2018
University of New Mexico, NM, USA
BS in Electrical Engineering, 2015
National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
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