[robotics-worldwide] Computing Innovation Fellow Mentors

Robin Murphy murphy at cse.tamu.edu
Sat May 23 06:14:20 PDT 2009


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M has three
faculty in robotics interested in mentoring Computing Innovation Fellows.
The department is active in research in algorithms and artificial
intelligence for robotics and works with a large suite of ground, aerial,
and sea vehicles as well as sensors. Robotics at Texas A&M includes nine
other researchers in Aerospace, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering,
providing significant multidisciplinary opportunities. Texas A&M also has
unique facilities and a 52 acre Disaster City testbed for emergency response
research.


Prof. Nancy Amato works in motion planning with application to robotics,

multi-agent systems, crowd control, VR, and computational biology.

(amato at tamu.edu, http://parasol.tamu.edu/~amato/)


Prof. Robin Murphy works in rescue robotics, concentrating on human-robot
interaction and behavioral control of heterogeneous teams. (
murphy at cse.tamu.edu <mailto:murphy at cse.tamu.edu>,
http://faculty.cse.tamu.edu/murphy/) <http://faculty.cse.tamu.edu/murphy/>


Prof. Dezhen Song works in networked robots, computer vision, autonomous
navigation, and automation.  (dzsong at cse.tamu.edu,
http://faculty.cse.tamu.edu/dzsong)

Information about the Computing Information Fellows program is at
http://cifellows.org
-- 
Prof. Robin R. Murphy, PhD
Raytheon Professor of Computer Science & Engineering
Texas A&M University
office phone: 1-979-845-2015 location: HR Bright 333C
http://faculty.cse.tamu.edu/murphy/
blog: rescuerobotics.blogspot.com


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