My research is centered on state estimation for robots with high dynamics. I am interested in developing techniques that reliably interpret information from sensors subjected to substantial dynamical disturbances. High-bandwidth and accurate state estimates are necessary for tracking and controlling the evolution of robots that are too complex to model accurately. Such techniques are necessary for running robots and high-speed rovers traversing rough terrains.
|Research Interest Keywords|
|active perception, assembly, control, field robotics, legged locomotion, mechanisms, mobile robots, sensor fusion, space robotics|
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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