Month: August 2016

New PhD Dissertation on Non-Periodic Dynamic Locomotion

Dissertation-Ye-Zhao  

Ye Zhao Defends his PhD

Congratulations to Ye for successfully defending his PhD! Some of his contributions include formalizing non-periodic locomotion gait planning, using formal methods to maneuver in dynamically changing environments, and studying distributed realtime control architectures.

NSF Grant Awarded

A new NSF grant has been awarded to our lab in collaboration with the Computer Science and Aerospace Engineering Departments to explore human-aware robotic navigation in populated environments.