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ICRA 2013: we are organizing a workshop on: Interactive Perception. More soon...

IEEE/RAS: I was a guest editor of the Robotics and Automation Magazine special issue on mobile manipulation. Check it out!





I am currently a postdoc fellow at the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.
I collaborate with Tony Stentz and Drew Bagnell.

I develop computer vision and machine learning algorithms for robotic manipulation.
My goal is to enable machines to intelligently interpret visual information in our everyday environments. This will enable exciting applications such as home robotics, space exploration, flexible manafacturing, autonomous driving, video understanding, and search & rescue robotics.

I received my PhD and MSc degrees in 2011 and 2008 from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, focusing on perception and learning for autonomous manipulation.
In 2004 I graduated with a BSc from Tel-Aviv University (Israel), double-majoring in computer science and electrical engineering.  (CV)

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