Research Specialist @ MIT

I was a research scientist at MIT in the Humans & Automation Laboratory. During this time, I worked on a project with Alstom Transportation to develop displays for train operators that aided them in making complex scheduling decisions which maximized on-time performance as well as fuel efficiency. My research also included continued research on the MAV-VUE project.

Responsibilities also included:

  • Managing two teams conducting research, which included both undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Guest lecturing in classes
  • Developing in-house software solutions
  • Arranging weekly lab seminars

Talks & Lectures

I’ve been a guest lecturer for several classes at MIT:

ESD.32 :: Human Interaction in Product Design

16.422 :: Usability Testing

16.475 :: Interaction Design

I’ve also given talks on Robots and Ethics (Naval Warfare College), Collaborative Exploration with MAVs (Government Symposium on Mobile Devices), and consulting.