PhD in Computer Science EPFL 2007
MS in Electrical Engineering ETH2003Asst. Professor in Computer Science
Asst. Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering (by courtesy)
Asst. Professor in Aerospace Engineering Sciences (by courtesy)
Affiliate, Material Science Engineering program
BS in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010
MS in Computer Science, CU Boulder, 2013
Research interests: motion planning, robotic manipulation, grasping, controls, and perception
Sponsor: NASA ECF
MS in Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2015
BA in Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2012
BA in Mathematics, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2012
PharmD, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, 2006
Sponsor: NASA NSTRF
BA in Computer Science, Cornell College, 2012
BA in Physics, Cornell College, 2012
BA in Mathematics, Cornell College, 2012
MS in Computer Science, East China Normal University, 2015
Exchange Student, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2010
BS in Computer Science, East China Normal University, 2012
MS in Aerospace Engineering, Spacecraft Dynamics & Controls, Texas A&M University, 2005
BS in Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2004
Research Interests: Robotic Construction and Assembly
|Radhen Patel, BS in Electrical Engineering, NIT Surat, 2015|
MS in Industrial Design, Georgia Tech, 2011.
BSBA in Management Science, University of Miami, 2008
Research Interests: Wearable and Embedded Assistive Technology, E-Textiles, Novel Sensing
|Rebecca Cox (ECE)|
|Branden Romero (CS)|
|John Lammie (CS)|
|Lauren McIntire (AE), DLA|
|Sumeet Batra (CS), UROP|
Dr. Timothy Caldwell, now at Zoox.
Dr. Dustin Reishus, now at Google.
Phd Students (graduated)
Dr. Anshul Kanakia, CS, Fall 2015, PhD Thesis: “Optimal Task-Assignment in Multi-Agent Systems”, then at Microsoft Research.
Dr. Erik Komendera, CS, Fall 2014, PhD Thesis: “Precise Assembly of Truss Structures by Distributed Robots“, then scientist at NASA Langley research center.
Dr. Jaeheon Jeong, CS, Spring 2014, PhD Thesis: “A divide-and-conquer approach for Visual Odometry with minimally-overlapped multi-camera setup” (with Prof. Jane Mulligan).
Master’s Students (graduated)
Jorge Canardo-Alasteuy, ECE, MS Thesis: “An exploration of low-cost tactile sensing in robotic manipulation”
Daniel Zukowski, Spring 2016, CS, MS Thesis: “A mobile and cloudbased framework for plant stress detection from crowdsourced visual and infrared imagery”
Rowan Wing, Spring 2014, now at Return Path.
Akshay Mysore, Spring 2014, ECE, MS Thesis: “Spatio-temporal gesture recognition on a distributed sensing system”
Vijeth Rai, Fall 2011, ECE, MS Thesis: “Self Assembly of Modular Robots with Finite Number of Modules Using Graph Grammars”, PhD student at the University of Washington.
Regina Jingwen Luo (ECE), DLA working on coordinated sound generation with the Droplets
Audrey Randall (CS), NSF REU, working on simulating chemistry with robotic swarms
Cory Morales (CS), NSF REU, working on 3D modeling
Sarah Radzihovsky (Stanford University), NSF REU working on wearable gesture interfaces
Virginia Schilling, CS, Spring 2015, DLA/NSF REU working on wearables’ manufacturing
Blake Reimer, Physics, Spring 2015, NSF REU working on fishing-line actuators.
Parker Evans, ECE, Spring 2015, NSF REU working on variable stiffness materials.
Andrew Gordon, CS, 2015, DLA/NSF REU working on programming large-scale distributed systems.
Xing Jie Zhong, ECE, 2014, DLA/NSF REU working on liquid metal sensors
Ariel Hoffman, ECE, 2014, DLA/NSF REU working on soft robotics
Samuel Beckett, CS, Summer 2013, NSF DREU working on self-assembly algorithms.
Michael Beam, ME, Spring 2013, NSF REU working on the self-organizing amorphous facade.
Britta Ulm, ME, Spring 2013, NSF REU working on soft robotics, now graduate student at CMU.
Christopher Johnson, ECE, Spring 2013, NSF REU on the Self-Organizing Amorphous Facade and Goldshirt Electronics.
Henry Horsey, ME, Olin College, Summer 2012, UROP project on designing elements of the Self-Organizing Amorphous Facade.
Daniel Sutton, CS, Spring 2012, Senior Thesis: “Object Interaction Language (OIL): An intent-based language for programming self-organized sensor/actuator networks“.
Karamjeet Khalsa, CS, Spring 2011, Senior Thesis: “Realistic Simulation of Spatial Computers and Robot Swarms”.
Brian McDonald, CS, Spring 2010, UROP project on low-level drivers for the CLAM manipulating arm, now MSE student in CU’s ECE program.
Eliza Cornell, Summer 2013, Boulder Highschool, now at Stanford University
Naren Dasan, Summer 2013/Fall 2013, Fairview Highschool, now at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Sameer Parekh, Entrepreneur in Residence, 2014
Prof. Marcelo Kallmann, University of California at Merced, 2015
Prof. Ken Sugawara, Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan, 2011-2012