I am third-year PhD candidate at Stanford University in the Robotic Exploration Lab.

My research lies at the intersection between game theory and trajectory optimization for robotic systems.
The main applications of this work are planning for autonomous vehicles and robust control.

Solving Dynamic Games

We developed fast solver for constrained dynamic games and applied it to complex autonomous driving scenarios.

Optimizing nonsmooth objective functions

We applied the Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers (ADMM) to solve optimal control problems with l1-norm cost. On application of this work is minimum-fuel trajectory optimization for satellites.

  • CV

    Find my resume and CV.

  • Publications

    Find my publications and the related material: paper, video, code, slides etc.

  • Research

    Coming soon.

  • Software

    Coming soon.

  • Talks

    Slides presented during conference talks.

  • Teaching

    List of courses for which I've been teaching assistant.

  • Tutorials

    Coming soon.

Contact me at

[my first name] [lc] [at] stanford [dot] edu.