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.

My research interests lie at the interface of computer science, robotics, and transportation sciences. I pursue deeper insights into the structural properties of fundamental problems in robotics and transportation, for the design of practical algorithmic approaches. My most recent research focuses on multi-robot systems and their application in smart mobility, with an emphasis on societal aspects.

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

July, 2020:
Manuscript on “Fast Near-Optimal Heterogeneous Task Allocation via Flow Decomposition” is out.
June, 2020:
Shushman Choudhury was interviewed for BBC Digital Planet (starts on 13min) for our work on multi-drone delivery with transit networks
Our four papers [1], [2], [3], [4] are currently presented in ICRA2020.
Press coverage in Venture Beat for our work on multi-drone delivery with transit networks.
May, 2020:
Our work on locality in distributed optimization was finalist for best student paper award at ECC2020!
Our work on multi-drone delivery with transit networks is nominated for the best multi-robot systems paper award at ICRA2020!