Our research focuses are
multi-modal robot perception,
robot vision, networked telerobotics, and sensor/robot networks. We
develop and apply systems and algorithms drawn from probability models, optimization
theory, computational geometry, and control
theory to problems in domains of robotics
and automation. Our research has found many
applications including natural environment
observation, distance learning,
surveillance, building survey, vehicle
navigation, space exploration, and
manufacturing. We approach research problems
from both theoretical and experimental
perspectives. In other words, we enjoy
playing with math and building robots.
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