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Robot Learning Lab
This lab is no longer active.
Head: Tom Mitchell
Contact: Greg Armstrong
Mailing address:
Carnegie Mellon University
Computer Science Department
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Lab Location:
WEH 5310
Lab Phone:
(142) 268 3837
Lab Homepage
An improved Xavier
Framework for the development of distributed, secure, reliable, robust and scalable systems
Formal Verification of Autonomous Systems
We are developing tools and techniques to support formal verification of autonomous systems.
Inter-Process Communication Package
We are developing a high-level support package for connecting and sending data among processes using TCP / IP sockets.
Cooperative Multi-Robot Mapping and Planning
Minerva is an autonomous robot that daily moves through crowds at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Multi-cultural Human-Robot Interaction
We are exploring human robot interaction in a mixed cultural setting. To do this exploration we have developed a robot Hala that runs in the Carnegie Mellon Qatar central reception and speaks both English and Arabic. Sponsored by QNRF.
Personal Robotic Assistants For The Elderly
Pearl will help researchers explore the ways autonomous mobile robots can help the elderly live independently in their own homes.
Trainable robots using operant conditioning.
Statistical Methods For Learning Maps with Mobile Robots
Super-Resolved Texture Tracking
Video-stream object motion estimation and tracking.
The Lifelong Learning Project