- Kiril Solovey is roboticist specializing in multi-robot systems and their applications to smart mobility. He is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technion. Kiril's research draws upon ideas across the disciplines of computer science, engineering, and transportation science, to develop scalable algorithms with substantial guarantees for control and decision-making of multi-robot systems. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University, where he was advised by Dan Halperin. He was a postdoc in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, in Marco Pavone’s group, and in Computer Science, Technion, in Oren Salzman’s group. For his academic work he received multiple awards, including the Clore Scholars and Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellowships, best paper awards and nominations, and teaching awards.
- Planning and control of multi-robot systems
- Sampling-based algorithms
- Autonomous driving
- Smart mobility optimization
- Societal aspects of autonomous transportation systems
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