Kevin Leahy successfully defended his PhD thesis titled Multi-Agent Persistent Surveillance under Temporal Logic Constraints
6 papers from the HyNeSs Group have been accepted at the 55th Conference on Decision and Control: Derya Aksaray, Austin Jones, Zhaodan Kong, Mac Schwager, Calin Belta, Q-Learning for Robust Satisfaction of Signal Temporal Logic Specifications, 55th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vegas, NV, 2016 (to appear) Sadra Sadraddini, Calin Belta, Feasibility Envelopes for […]
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Cristian-Ioan Vasile successfully defended his PhD thesis, and has moved on to a postdoc position at MIT.
Cristian-Ioan Vasile successfully defended his PhD thesis titled Motion Planning and Control: A Formal Methods Approach
Derya Aksaray is moving to a postdoctoral position at MIT: Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
Aamodh Suresh successfully defended his Master’s thesis. Title: Body Swarm Interface (BOSI) – Controlling robotic swarms using human bio-signals Committee: Prof. Mac Schwager (ME) (advisor) Prof. John Baillieul (ME) Prof. Calin Belta (ME)
The new BU Robotics Lab was featured in the College of Engineering News on March 3rd 2016. The full article is available at http://www.bu.edu/me/2016/03/03/drone-home/
Dingjiang Zhou passed his PhD Qualification Exam.
The new BU Robotics Lab was featured in the January 30 issue of New Scientist. The full article is available at https://www.newscientist.com/article/2075364-future-delivery-drones-start-learning-how-to-fly-on-their-own/