My research interests revolve around combining human and robot intelligence to synthesize something greater the sum of its parts. I develop new machine learning models and algorithms, construct interaction mechanisms, and perform user experiments to create/study novel hybrid human-machine systems. Currently, I’m working on collaborative robots/AI that help people complete tasks more effectively.

If all this sounds interesting to you, join us:

If you’re a NUS graduate student in CS, send me an email indicating your research interests along with a CV. Have a look at our open projects or you can propose a topic.

If you’re a NUS undergraduate student, email me and mention you’re interested in a FYP or UROP project. I sometimes hire NUS interns during term-time and summer break, but this depends on availability of projects and funds.

If you’re not a NUS student, then please apply first. I’m typically unable to work with you unless you’re a NUS student or an official exchange student. Please note that admission decisions are made by the department so, I am unable to guarantee you a place in the PhD/Masters program.

Note: If you’re not a NUS or exchange student, I’m afraid I’m unable to accommodate you at the moment. Please do not send  me emails asking for summer internships. I receive too many of these emails and am unable to respond to each of them individually.