People

Faculty Members

Dorsa Sadigh  
Dorsa is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department and Electrical Engineering Department. Her work is focused on the design of algorithms for autonomous systems that safely and reliably interact with people.

PhD Students

Erdem Bıyık  
Erdem is a PhD student in the Electrical Engineering Department. His work focuses on efficient and active learning algorithms for robotics, and on developing methods for multi-agent safety-critical systems.
Minae Kwon  
Minae is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department. She is broadly interested in enabling robots to intelligently interact with, influence, and adapt to humans.
Mengxi Li    (Co-advised with Jeannette Bohg)
Mengxi is a PhD student in the Electrical Engineering Department. Her work focuses on designing algorithms for robots to interact with humans in multi-agent and physical interaction settings.
Zhangjie Cao  
Zhangjie is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department. His work is focused on transfer learning and imitation learning in interactive settings.
Sidd Karamcheti    (Co-advised with Percy Liang)
Sidd is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department. His work is at the intersection of natural language processing and robotics, with a goal of building adaptive agents that can collaborate effectively with humans through language, and act safely in different environments.
Andy Shih    (Co-advised with Stefano Ermon)
Andy is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department. His work is focused on learning, leveraging, and influencing representations in multi-agent games.
Nick Landolfi    (Co-advised with Sanjay Lall)
Nick is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department, primarily advised by Prof. Sanjay Lall.

Undergraduate Students

Woodrow Z. Wang  
Woody is an undergraduate student in the Computer Science department. His work focuses on improving human-robot interaction and modeling human driving behavior in near-accident scenarios.
Nicolas Huynh  
Nicolas is an undergraduate student in École Polytechnique in Paris, France. Since his summer school at Stanford in 2019 when he started working in ILIAD, he has been developing algorithms to learn nonlinear reward functions under limited data.

Alumni

Dylan Losey  
Postdoctoral Researcher, 2019-2020 (Currently an Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech)
Jerry (Zhiyang) He  
Coterm Student, 2018-2019 (Currently a PhD student at UC Berkeley)
Daniel A. Lazar  
Research Intern, 2018 (Currently a PhD student at UC Santa Barbara)