About me


I am currently a Master’s student with Sidd Srinivasa in the Personal Robotics Lab. I also work with Emo Todorov and his students in the Movement Control Laboratory. I am primarily interested in developing algorithms that enable intelligent machines to acquire general notions of intelligence in order to robustly solve complex and temporally-extended tasks in real-world settings. I’ve previously interned at NASA JPL Robotics, NASA Glenn Research Center, and Blue Origin.

When I am not tinkering with robots, I can usually be found up in the mountains skiing or climbing, camping with friends and family, planning the next adventure, or reading the latest book my sister gave me. I also love to explore new cultures and spent well over a year living in South America.

It is my hope that as an researcher and problem solver that I can give back to all the communities that have given me so much.


  • Robotics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Space Exploration
  • Entrepreneurship


  • BSc in Computer Science, 2018

    University of Washington

  • MSc in Computer Science, 2020

    University of Washington


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Lyceum: An efficient and scalable ecosystem for robot learning

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MuSHR: A Low-Cost, Open-Source Robotic Racecar for Education and Research

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Human Causal Transfer: Challenges for Deep Reinforcement Learning

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Conceptual Feasibility Study of the Hyperloop Vehicle for Next-Generation Transport

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An efficient and scalable ecosystem for robot learning


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Summiting Mt. Rainier

Brennan, Kenza, and I have known each other since freshman year. Ever since then we’ve had our eyes set on summiting Mt. Rainier …


I graduated!!!


  • Seattle, WA, 98195, United States