Hi, I’m Cherie! I’m a second-year PhD Student in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Prof. Sebastian Scherer. I graduated from Harvey Mudd College in 2017, where I worked with Prof. Chris Clark on shark-tracking underwater robots. I am supported by the Croucher Foundation.
My research interest is in the intersection of field robotics, control theory and machine learning towards the goal of bringing robots to uncertain safety-critical environments. Specifically, I’m interested in developing robot learning and control algorithms that provide theoretical safety guarantees whilst deployed in the field.
- [2019/12] Our journal paper on Autonomous Aerial Cinematography was accepted to the Journal of Field Robotics.
- [2019/05] I was awarded the Croucher Foundation Scholarship for the next two years!
- [2019/03] Invited to present research at the Amazon Graduate Student Symposium, Seattle.
Cherie Ho, Jay Patrikar, Rogerio Bonatti, Sebastian Scherer
In Submission, 2020
Rogerio Bonatti, Wenshan Wang, Cherie Ho, Aayush Ahuja, Mirko Gschwindt, Efe Camci, Erdal Kayacan, Sanjiban Choudhury, Sebastian Scherer
Journal of Field Robotics, 2019
Rogerio Bonatti, Cherie Ho, Wenshan Wang, Sanjiban Choudhury, Sebastian Scherer
International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2019
Cherie Ho, Kimberly Joly, Andrew P Nosal, Christopher G Lowe, Christopher M Clark
ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC), 2017