Timothee Hunter

Timothee Hunter

Ph. D. student at UC Berkeley (Computer Science)

Currently employed at California Center for Innovative Transportation

Previous: Twitter, Google, Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Willow Garage, Inc.


Previous: University Of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, Ecole Polytechnique



    I specialize in solving large scale, time-critical estimation problems using machine learning techniques in a distributed computing environment. Computer programming skills: scala, python, java, c++, matlab



Graduate Student Researcher

At California Center for Innovative Transportation

From 2009 to Present
Majoring in Artificial Intelligence. Research: Baeysian formulation of arterial traffic estimation in large urban areas. Advisors: Professor Pieter Abbeel (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) and Professor Alexandre Bayen (Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Stagiaire (Software engineer)

At Twitter

From June 2013 to September 2013

Stagiaire (Software engineering)

At Google

From May 2011 to August 2011

Research Assistant

At Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

From 2008 to 2009
Built a set of custom wireless sensors and a LQR controller for an RC helicopter. Applied inverse Reinforcement Learning techniques to successfully land an RC helicopter in autorotation. Built two autonomous airplanes for studying formation flight. Developped an onboard vision-based tracking...
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Research Intern

At Willow Garage, Inc.

Designed LQR and PID controllers, a high-level Python scripting interface and a WxPython GUI plotting and logging utility to control a 5-DOF robotic arm. The source code is part of the Robotic Operating System, freely available at: http://ros.sourceforge.net


  • Artificial intelligence
  • computer
  • Computer science
  • Machine Learning
  • Transportation

Centres d'intérêt

  • biking
  • chinese
  • reading