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W. Cannon Lewis II

First year Rice CS PhD student


Research Interests

Generally speaking, I am interested in robotic autonomy. This field takes many forms and admits many approaches, from classical control to modern machine learning. At the end of the day, I am fascinated by complex problems that are dangerous or tedious for humans to solve alone. My research incorporates aspects of control theory, statistics, optimization, formal mathematics, and good old computer science. Get in touch if you'd like to know more!


News

  • 06/15/18 - Finally updated the website! Now using Jekyll and Bootstrap, and featuring up-to-date™ personal information.

Publications

Papers
None yet, but keep checking back ;)
Presentations
Other
My (award-winning) play reviews are partially archived at the Rice Thresher

Teaching

Undergraduate TAing
COMP 450 Algorithmic Robotics
COMP 311 Functional Programming
COMP 182 Algorithmic Thinking
MATH 355 Linear Algebra
MATH 221/222 Honors Multivariable Calculus III/IV

Activities

Spring 2018
Fall 2017

Awards

2018 Ken Kennedy Institute Computational Science and Engineering Fellowship
2018 Army Research Lab Summer Journeyman Fellowship
2018 Rice Engineering Alumni Distinguished Research Excellence Award
2018 Rice Engineering Alumni Senior Merit Award in Computer Science
2018 Rice Undergraduate Research Symposium Excellence in Research Award
2017 Rice Undergraduate Scholars Program
2016, 2017 Excellence in Collegiate Journalism - Critical Review
2015 CPRIT Undergraduate Research Fellowship
2014-2018 Rice University President's Honor Roll