Adam Wei

Adam Wei

EECS Ph.D. Candidate



I am a Ph.D. student at MIT advised by Prof. Russ Tedrake. My research interests are in robotics, manipulation, optimization, and machine learning.

I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto where I worked with Prof. Andreas Moshovos. I also spent a formative summer at the University of Pennsylvania where I was advised by Prof. Michael Posa.

I am grateful to be funded by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship (Doctoral).

  • Robotics
  • Controls
  • Optimization
  • Machine Learning
  • EECS Ph.D. Candidate, 2023-Present


  • B.Eng in Electrical Engineering, 2023

    University of Toronto

  • IB Diploma, 2019

    Colonel By Secondary School


(2023). Consensus Complementarity Control for Multi-Contact MPC. Submitted to IEEE TRO.

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(2022). Framework and Software for Real-Time Multi-Contact Model Predictive Control. In RSS Workshop.

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