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My research interests center around theoretic methods in hybrid systems and nonlinear control, with a heavy emphasis on applications to bipedal robotic walking---both formally and through experimental validation.

The theoretic foundations that I explore extend to a variety of application domains encompassing cyber-physical and autonomous systems, including: safety-critical control via control barrier functions, automotive applications, real-time optimization-based control, powered prostheses and robotic assistive devices.