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Thursday, May 3 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Minnesota Interactive Robotics and Vision Laboratory LIMITED

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My primary research focus is on making robots work safely and intuitively with people, so humans and robot can safely coexist and collaborate. This means looking into improving a robot's perception of people, their intentions and/or actions, engaging in dialog, as well as the environment. Perceiving the world robustly, particularly under changing and degraded conditions, is an open challenge;  my research interest extends into multi-modal sensory perception. My past research has been heavily influenced by making robots work with humans in unstructured environments, particularly underwater, and current and future work involves field robots in the air, water and outdoor, all-terrain platforms.

Thursday May 3, 2018 10:00am - 10:45am CDT
MCC 212 Minneapolis Convention Center