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Ola KalinowskaPhD StudentAdviser: Todd Murphey

I'm interested in designing algorithms for effective, safe, and intuitive robotics. My research thus far has focused on combining machine learning, Bayesian statistics, and control theory for human-oriented application domains, such as assistive and rehabilitation robotics. I've developed methods for safe shared control of human-machine systems, as well as explored learning-based solutions for improving a robot's understanding of human intent. In my work, I'm also interested in using robotics to discover underlying principles of human learning to then incorporate them into designing shared-autonomy interfaces and robot-aided rehabilitation.

MS Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, 2018

BS Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016

TA for NUvention: Medical Innovation (ENTREP 470), Fall 2017-Winter 2018, Fall 2018-Winter 2019, Fall 2019

TA for Machine Dynamics (ME 314), Fall 2018

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