1111 Engineering Dr. ECES 111A
Computer Science Dept, University of Colorado
Boulder, 80309 CO, USA
I am a PhD Student at CU Boulder co-advised by Professor Alessandro Roncone and Professor Bradley Hayes. My research interests are in task and role allocation and enabling fluid coordination among human-robot teams. In order to incorporate robots into human teams, robots need explainable task representations and better understanding of the team dynamics to be an effective member. In particular, I want to answer the following questions: How can the robot decompose complex tasks and find the optimal role assignments for the team? How can the robot negotiate roles to optimize the performance of the team?
Previously, I worked with Professor Julie Shah at MIT on flexible assembly lines for human-robot collaboration. I received my Masters in Engineering and Bachelors Degree in Computer Science at MIT in 2018 and 2015 respectively.
- PokeRRT: Poking as a skill and failure recovery tactic for planar non-prehensile manipulationIn review. 2021
- Simulation and Analytical Models of Flexible, Robotic Automotive Assembly LineUnpublished Manuscript 2019
- Tung, Y.-S. (2018). Analytical and simulation models for flexible, robotic automotive assembly lines [Thesis]. http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/119702