Kiril Solovey

Kiril Solovey

Postdoctoral Scholar

Autonomous Systems Lab

Stanford University

Biography

I’m a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, working with Marco Pavone. I obtained a PhD in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University, where I was advised by Dan Halperin.

I’m a roboticist specializing in multi-robot systems and their applications to smart mobility. My research focuses on the design of effective control and decision-making mechanisms to allow multi-robot systems to tackle complex problems for the benefit of the society. I draw upon ideas that span across the disciplines of engineering, computer science, and transportation science, to develop scalable optimization approaches with substantial guarantees regarding quality and robustness of the solution. For my work I received multiple awards, including the Clore Scholars and Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellowships, best paper awards and nominations ( 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), and teaching awards.

In addition to my academic interests, I take pleasure in being outdoors (mountain biking and hiking), traveling around the world, and enjoy food, cooking, music, books, and meditation.

News

Upcoming talks:

  • Nov 11: Center for Automotive Research at Stanford.
  • Nov 12: Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of British Columbia, BC, Canada.
  • Nov 19: University of Toronto Robotics Institute, ON.
  • Nov 20, 26: School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada.
  • Nov 24: Center on Mathematical Sciences and Applications, Harvard University, MA.
  • Dec 7: Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

November, 2020: Two papers submitted to ICRA 2021.

September, 2020: Talks at Ariel, UC Berkeley, Stanford, and Waterloo.

July, 2020:

  • Manuscript on “Fast Near-Optimal Heterogeneous Task Allocation via Flow Decomposition” is out.
  • Talk at the University of Southern California.

June, 2020:

May, 2020: