Changliu Liu (刘畅流) Resume

Assistant Professor
Robotics Institute
Carnegie Mellon University

I am an assistant professor in the Robotics Institute at CMU, where I lead Intelligent Control Lab. Prior to joining CMU in 2019, I was a postdoc at Stanford Intelligent Systems Laboratory. I obtained my Ph.D from Berkeley in 2017, where I worked in Mechanical Systems & Control Lab. I got my bachelor degree from Tsinghua University in 2012. My primary research focus is on the design and verification of intelligent systems that work with people, with application to manufacturing and transportation. I published the book Designing Robot Behavior in Human-Robot Interactions with CRC press in 2019. I teach 16-899 Adaptive Control and Reinforcement Learning (fall) and 16-883 Provably Safe Robotics (spring). I have an online course on neural verification.

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