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Chris Mavrogiannis I am a Postdoc in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington where I work with Prof. Siddhartha Srinivasa in the Personal Robotics Lab.

I hold M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University, and a Diploma from the School of Mechanical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens.

My interests lie at the intersection of robotics, human-robot interaction, and artificial intelligence. I am excited about problems within the broad area of autonomous systems, with a particular emphasis on planning as applied to applications such as multiagent navigation, social robot navigation, and robotic manipulation. I frequently employ tools from motion planning, machine learning, and topology.

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News

10/14/2020: Trajectory prediction paper accepted to CoRL '20.
08/25/2020: Serving as a Senior Program Committee member for IJCAI '21.
08/24/2020: Giving an invited talk at the AAAI Spring Symposium Series.
06/30/2020: Paper on telemanipulation with chopsticks accepted to IROS.
04/13/2020: Preprint on multiagent planning at unsignalized intersections.
04/07/2020: HRI '20 workshop paper on social collision avoidance.
03/06/2020: Taught my first class ever.
03/04/2020: Workshop on social robot navigation accepted to RSS.
02/27/2020: Report from Dagstuhl Seminar is published.
01/26/2020: Leading PRL demos at the AAAS Meeting.
01/26/2020: Co-organizing ICRA Workshop on Intrinsically-Motivated RL.
10/11/2019: I was part of the Cognition Session in this Dagstuhl Seminar.
08/21/2019: MuSHR featured on Wired and Geekwire.
08/21/2019: Paper describing MuSHR, our open-source robotic racecar.
08/19/2019: Paper accepted to the 2019 AAAI AI for HRI Symposium.
07/25/2019: I gave an invited talk at the Honda Research Institute USA.
03/01/2019: IJRR article published. [preprint] [Video]
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