I am currently employed as a post-doc at the University of Texas, Computer Science Department, within the AI laboratory led by Professor Peter Stone. My research Interests include: artificial intelligence, heuristic search, real-time search, automated planning, multiagent pathfinding, vehicle traffic management, autonomous vehicles. My past research focused on two complex variants of the path finding problem on an explicitly given graph: multiagent path-finding where paths should be assigned to multiple agents, each with a unique start and goal vertices such that the paths do not overlap and real-time agent-centered where a single agent must physically find its way from start to goal while utilizing a bounded amount of time and memory prior to performing each physical step. These days I am working towards integrating my past research into real time traffic management of autonomous vehicles. My current research is part of a large project founded by the Texas Department of Transportation.