Tapomayukh "Tapo" Bhattacharjee
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Email: tapomayukh AT cornell dot edu

Tapo wants to enable robots to assist people with mobility limitations with activities of daily living. He believes that efficient and safe physical and social interactions between robots and their immediate environments is the key. His work spans the fields of human-robot interaction, haptic perception, and robot manipulation.

Rishabh Madan
Ph.D. Student, Computer Science
Email: rm773 AT cornell dot edu

Rishabh's research interests are in leveraging robot learning for decision-making under uncertainty to enable assistive robots. He received his B.Tech. in Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

Rajat Kumar Jenamani
Ph.D. Student, Computer Science
Email: rj277 AT cornell dot edu

Rajat's research interests are in motion planning, human-robot interaction, and machine learning. Rajat received his B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Kharagpur.

Jan "Janko" Ondras
Ph.D. Student, Computer Science
Email: jo339 AT cornell dot edu

Janko is interested in developing reliable assistive robots and is curious about cognitive science-inspired approaches to human-robot interaction. Janko is a Computer Science graduate from University of Cambridge.

Ruolin Ye
Undergraduate Research Intern
Email: cathyye2000 AT sjtu dot edu dot cn

Ruolin Ye is currently a junior undergraduate student from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. She wants to enable robots to seamlessly interact with humans, and believes multimodal perception and adaptive planning are the first steps to achieve this.