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I was hosted at Stanford Intelligent and Interactive Autonomous Systems Group (ILIAD) and honored to be working with Dr. Dorsa Sadigh and Dr. Ramtin Pedarsani. Outcomes of our work on the interaction between cooperative autonomous vehicles and humans are presented in our IROS 2021, CVPR 2021, and TIV papers.
Behavioral Planning team at MBRDNA headquarters in Sunnyvale, CA
Self-driving Mercedes-Benz S-Class on a test day in San Jose, CA
The first chapter of my PhD dissertation focuses on scalable vehicle-to-vehicle communication for connected & automated vehicles (CAVs). My research on the scalability analysis of Cellular Vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) was supported by Ford Motor Company and I had the opportunity to collaborate with Dr. Jayanthi Rao & Dr. Ivan Vukovic who led the efforts on the development of C-V2X technology at Ford. During my internship, I performed the early-stage lab tests on Qualcomm C-V2X devices and designed a large-scale network simulator to analyze the performance of C-V2X communication in congested scenarios. The outcome of my research led to 5 conference papers and contributed to the development of SAE J3161 standard.
PhD Research Fellow