John Klingner John Klingner
Doctoral Student
Correll Lab
Department of Computer Science
University of Colorado at Boulder


Current Projects!

Droplets Swarm Robotics Platform
The Droplets are a small, low-cost mobile robotics platform developed here in the Correll Lab. We recently got a swarm of one hundred Droplets up and running, and I am currently developing and testing algorithms for the swarm.



Y. Li, J. Klingner, and N. Correll, “Distributed camouflage for swarm robotics and smart materials”, in Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems, Springer, 2016.

A. Randall, J. Klingner, and N. Correll, “Simulating chemical reactions using a swarm of miniature robots”, in International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, Springer, 2016, pp. 305–316.

“A response threshold sigmoid function model for swarm robot collaboration,” A Kanakia, J Klingner, and N Correll, Distributed and Autonomous Robotic Systems (DARS), 2014 [Best Paper Award]

“A stick-slip omnidirectional powertrain for low-cost swarm robotics: Mechanism, calibration, and control,” J Klingner, A Kanakia, N Farrow, D Reishus, and N Correll, Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2014

“Miniature six-channel range and bearing system: Algorithm, analysis and experimental validation,” N Farrow, J Klingner, D Reishus, N Correll, Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2014

“Sustainable multi-core architecture with on-chip wireless links,” J. Murray, J. Klingner, P Pande, and B Sherazi, Proceedings of the great lakes symposium on VLSI, 2012



Pursuing PhD, Computer Science with Robotics Focus – University of Colorado Boulder
2015 Masters, Computer Science – University of Colorado Boulder
2012 BA, Computer Science, Mathematics, & Physics – Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, IA

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