Yaru Niu

Hi! I am a Master's student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, supervised by Prof. Matthew Gombolay at CORE Robotics Lab. I am also affiliated with UC Berkeley as a research intern at the Autonomous Driving Group of  MSC Lab. My research focuses on machine learning approaches and applications on robotics, multi-agent coordination, interpretable models and motion prediction for autonomous driving. 
Previously, I received my B.Eng. degree in Intelligence Science and Technology from South China University of Technology, where I conducted research projects in Bionic Intelligent Robot Lab, supervised by Prof. Zhijun Zhang. In the fall of 2018, I was an exchange student at UC Berkeley. During the summer of  2018, I was a research intern at AICPS Lab in UC Irvine, supervised by Prof. Al Faruque

My Chinese name is 牛雅儒 (Niu-Ya-Ru), where my first name (雅儒) can be interpreted as a scholar in elegant taste by ancient Chinese.

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