Education

2017 (Expected) Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley 

  • Advisor: Masayoshi Tomizuka
  • Major area: Control. Minor: Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics
  • Dissertation: Designing Robot Behavior in Human Robot Interactions

  • 2016        M.A. in Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley 

  • Committee members: Michael Christ and Jon Wilkening.

  • 2014        M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley 

  • GPA: 4.0/4.0
  • Master Report: Safe Control and Explorations in Human Robot Interactions.
  • Committee members: Masayoshi Tomizuka and J.Karl Hedrick.

  • 2012        B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Tsinghua University

  • Rank: 2/57 (4/150 overall)
  • Outstanding College Graduate; National Scholarship
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis:  Analysis of Macro and Micro Properties of Ultrasonic Spray Based on Droplet Collision and Evaporation

  • 2012        B.S. in Economics (second major), Tsinghua University

    2010        Exchange Student, University of Hong Kong

  • GPA: 4.03/4.0
  •   Experience

    Summer 2017  Research Intern, Toyota ITC, Mountain View, California

  • Project: Distributed Conflict Resolution for Connected Autonomous Vehicles

  • Summer 2016  Robotics Intern, FANUC Corporation, Japan

  • Project: Robot Safe Interaction Systems for Intelligent Industrial Co-Robots

  • Summer 2016  Software Intern, Faraday Future, San Jose, California

  • Project: Planning Algorithms for Autonomous Driving; Manager: Kai Ni

  • Summer 2014  Engineering Intern, Western Digital, San Jose, California

  • Project: Self Sensing Actuation (SSA) of Piezoelectrical Element; Manager: Guoxiao Guo

  • Spring 2014  Graduate Student Instructor, UC Berkeley

  • Course: ME233 Advanced Control System II; Instructor: Xu Chen
  • Job Duty: weekly discussion session; office hour; grade homework and exams; GSI Evaluation: 4.56/5.

  • Summer 2013  Engineering Intern, Western Digital, San Jose, California

  • Project: Modeling and Analysis of the Timing Loop in HDD; Manager: Guoxiao Guo

  • Fall 2012   Graduate Student Instructor, UC Berkeley

  • Course: ME108 Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials; Instructor: Hari Dharan
  • Job Duty: biweekly lab session; grade lab reports 
  •   Invited Talks

      Awards

    (Selected awards and honors)

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