Sebastian Castro

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Sebastian Castro is a Senior Robotics Engineer at PickNik. In the past, Sebastian has developed behaviors and supported field tests for autonomous truck unloading with the Boston Dynamics Stretch robot. He has developed a home service robotics software framework at MIT CSAIL while providing Python and ROS expertise to various projects in robot learning, task and motion planning, and field robotics. Sebastian has been the technical lead for MathWorks' sponsorship of the RoboCup competitions, where he developed educational content around MATLAB and Simulink for robotics. Sebastian holds a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University, where he researched control of modular robots from high-level task specifications in structured English and Linear Temporal Logic (LTL). Sebastian runs a personal blog ( where he shares his expertise in task and motion planning, autonomous behavior, systems, and software development with the goal of making knowledge accessible to all.

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