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I am a Ph.D. student at the Learning & Adaptive Systems Group at ETH Zurich. My advisor is Andreas Krause and I am co-advised by Angela Schoellig at the University of Toronto.

My main research interest lies at the intersection of machine learning, control theory, and robotics, where I focus on the questions of how robots can safely explore unknown environments and how they can improve their controllers without failures. In particular, this currently involves topics around Bayesian optimization, robust control, and reinforcement learning.

I completed my BSc and MSc in mechanical engineering at ETH Zurich and conducted the research for my master thesis at the University of Toronto.

Students:  If you're interested in doing a master thesis related to learning and control at ETH or in Toronto please contact me.

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