I am a PhD student at KTH specializing in control and motion planning of multiple robotic manipulators. My research centers on satisfying complex, high-level tasks, articulated through temporal logics.
I am actively seeking research internship opportunities in the industry to better position both myself and my research within the broader robotics community.
RESUME (updated Dec 2023)
In addition to my work, I enjoy a variety of physical activities, such as rowing, running, biking, and playing badminton. I have recently taken up learning to play the piano, and I also have a soft corner for English literature.
Mayank Sewlia, C. K. Verginis, D. Dimarogonas, 'MAPS^2: Multi-Robot Anytime Motion Planning under Signal Temporal Logic Specifications'.
Mayank Sewlia, C. K. Verginis, D. Dimarogonas, 'Cooperative Sampling-Based Motion Planning under Signal Temporal Logic Specifications'. American Control Conference 2023.
Mayank Sewlia, C. K. Verginis, D. Dimarogonas, 'Cooperative Object Manipulation under Signal Temporal Logic Tasks and Uncertain Dynamics'. Robotics Automation Letters 2022.
Mayank Sewlia, Daniel Zelazo, 'Bearing-based Formation Stabilization using Event-Triggered Control'.
Mayank Sewlia, Daniel Zelazo, 'Distributed Event-Based Control for Second-Order Multi-Agent Systems'. Mediterranean Control Conference 2019.
Mayank Sewlia, P. Roy, S. Raghu, 'Marover I- A Two-way Mission to Mars'. ISTAM International Conference 2014.
(Nov 2020 - Current) PhD student at KTH Royal Institute of Technology working under the supervision of Prof. Dimos Dimarogonas and Prof. Christos Verginis. I am part of the ERC project LEAFHOUND where I work on designing controllers for robotic systems with high-level specifications.
(Mar 2018 - Aug 2020) I obtained the 'Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering' from Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel. Here I worked with Prof. Daniel Zelazo to design event-triggered controllers for multi-agent systems.
(Aug 2013 - Jun 2017) I obtained the 'Bachelor of Technology' in Aerospace Engineering from Alliance University, Bangalore, India. Among many things, such as designing a two-way mission to Mars, I worked with Mr. Feroz Ahmed to find time-optimal trajectories between Earth and Mars using Particle Swarm Optimizer.