I am a fifth-year Robotics Ph.D. candidate supervised by Professor Fumin Zhang in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Automation from Tsinghua University in 2019. Here is my academic CV.

My research lies in the intersection of robotics, control theory, and probability theory, with the goal of establishing the trustworthiness of robots through a probabilistic lens. Specifically, my research involves deploying Bayesian learning to dynamically infer diverse uncertain and evolving factors in real-world robotic scenarios, aiming to facilitate the robot’s interactive decision-making across multiple dimensions: 1) Reliable: competent operation in unknown environment; 2) Receptive: empathetic interaction with human; and 3) Rational: adaptive autonomy for human-robot teaming. My research spans the fields of Bayesian learning, planning under uncertainty, stochastic control and optimization, multi-agent systems, human-robot interaction, and human-robot teaming.