Feiyu (Gavin) Zhu

I am a senior undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) School of Computer Science, majoring in Artificial Intelligence with an additional major in Cognitive Science. My advisor is Prof. Reid Simmons, and I am part of the Reliable Autonomous Systems Lab. My research interests mainly revolve around human-AI collaboration. My work is supported by SUCCESS MURI and NSF AI-CARING grants.

I also had the opportunity to work with Prof. Yonatan Bisk and Prof. Alexander Mathis during my undergraduate studies. Before CMU I spent a year at Megvii as a research intern primarily working on pedestrian tracking.

I grew up in Beijing, China. In my limited free time, I enjoy napping, driving, biking, and playing chess.