Nick Landolfi

I am a graduate student in the Computer Science department at Stanford. I am interested in the intersection of learning and control, both theory and practice, and more broadly in optimization, statistics and applications to robotics. I was awarded the NDSEG Fellowship as well as a Stanford Graduate Fellowship in 2018. Previously, I completed an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. While at Berkeley, I worked with Prof. Anca Dragan, where my research focused on interactive autonomy in robotics. My publications from this period are listed below. Email: lando at stanford dot edu


  1. Social Cohesion in Autonomous Driving
    Nicholas C. Landolfi, Anca D. Dragan
    International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2018
  2. Planning for Autonomous Cars that Leverages Effects on Human Actions
    Dorsa Sadigh, Nick Landolfi, S. Shankar Sastry, Sanjit A. Seshia, Anca D. Dragan
    Autonomous Robots (AURO), 2018.
  3. Exploring Active Human Goal Inference in Shared Autonomy and Autonomous Driving
    Nick Landolfi, Anca D. Dragan
    RSS Workshop: Mathematical Models, Algorithms, and Human-Robot Interaction, 2017.