Abhishek is a first-year MSCV student at Carnegie Mellon University. He completed his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani, India. Previously, he worked as an AI Engineer at Nayan, building and deploying solutions to improve road safety. Productionizing the AI platform, he also collaborated with cross-domain teams such as DevOps/QA/Data Annotators to streamline operations and with business teams to build new use cases.
Anujraaj (argo) is a first-year MSCV student at Carnegie Mellon University. He completed his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad (IIIT-A), India. Previously, he was a Founding Engineer at Ati — an autonomous self-driving truck startup where he develop SLAM subsystems. During his undergraduate studies, he also had a chance to pursue research internships at NUS, NTU, and University of Leipzig.
Zackory is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where he leads the Robotic Caregiving and Human Interaction (RCHI) Lab. His research focuses on developing new robot learning, mobile manipulation, and sensing methods, with applications in physical human-robot interaction and healthcare.
Abhishek and Anujraaj worked together to formulate the problem statement and methodology under the advice of Zackory Erickson.