Blogs

Article on ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems

The article "Integrated online localization and navigation for people with visual impairments using smart phones" by Ilias Apostolopoulos, Eelke Folmer, Navid Fallah, and Kostas Bekris has appeared on the latest issue of the ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems (vol. 3, issue 4). More information about this paper, which corresponds to an extended version of a CHI 2012 paper can be found here:

Article on Sparse Roadmap Spanners appears at IJRR

The article "Sparse Roadmap Spanners for Asymptotically Near-Optimal Motion Planning" by Andrew Dobson and Kostas Bekris has appeared on the latest issue of International Journal of Robotics Research (vol. 33, issue 1). More information about this paper, which was invited to appear at IJRR after a related WAFR paper, can be found here:
http://www.pracsyslab.org/sparse_roadmap_spanner_ijrr_paper

IEEE T-ASE Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation - Deadline: March 15

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CALL FOR PAPERS
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation

***NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE: March 15th***

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Andrew Dobson visits Dan Halperin's group at Tel Aviv University

Our graduate student member, Andrew Dobson, is visiting during the month of December 2013 the research group of Prof. Dan Halperin at Tel Aviv University. This visit is part of a collaboration between the two research teams in motion planning and is supported by a travel grant by the National Science Foundation under the US-Israel Collaboration in Computer Science program.

Faculty position related to robotics at CS dept. of Rutgers

The Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University and the Center for Computational Biomedicine, Imaging and Modeling (CBIM) invite applications for tenure-track/tenured assistant or associate level faculty position, with appointments starting in September 2014. The position is in the area of intelligent interactive systems, with emphasis on machine intelligence, learning, and autonomy.

Visit by Dr. M. Ani Hsieh from Drexel University

Dr. M. Ani Hsieh from the Mechanical Engineering department of Drexel University will visit our research group on Monday, November 18. Below you can find details regarding her colloquium talk:

Collaborative Robot Tracking of Geophysical Flows: How Local Measurements Discover Global Structures

M. Ani Hsieh, Drexel University

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