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“Synchronization Strategies for Robotic Networks”

 

koje će Dr. Rafael Fierro, profesor na University of New Mexico, Department of Electrical &
Computer Engineering, Albuquerque, SAD, održati u utorak, 14.05.2013, u TCR predavaonici FER-a, s početkom u 12:00 sati.

 

Sažetak predavanja i kratki životopis predavača nalaze se u nastavku vijesti.

Abstract:
Advances in embedded processor and sensor technology in the last thirty
years have helped accelerate interest in the field of robotics. As robots
become smaller, more capable, and less expensive, there is a growing demand
for teams of robots in various application domains. Robotic networks are
particularly well suited to execute tasks that cover wide geographic ranges,
require significant parallelization, and/or depend on capabilities that are
varied in both quantity and difficulty. Example applications include
littoral exploration and surveillance, rainforest health monitoring,
autonomous transportation systems, warehouse automation, and hazardous waste
clean-up. This talk focuses on synchronization strategies to control robotic
networks. I will first outline some of the projects at the MARHES Lab
including our work on agile transportation of suspended loads using aerial
robots and coordination of heterogeneous robotic networks. I will then
present our multi-vehicle test bed and its applications. And finally, I will
describe our recent work on two problems: (1) detecting changes in the
topology of a robotic network through synchronization of nonlinear
oscillators, and (2) coordinating a team of nonholonomic sensors using a
binary consensus protocol.

 

BIO:
Rafael Fierro is an Associate Professor of the Department of Electrical &
Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico where he has been since 2007.
He received a M.Sc. degree in control engineering from the University of
Bradford, England and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the
University of Texas-Arlington in 1997. Prior to joining UNM, he held a
postdoctoral appointment with the GRASP Lab at the University of
Pennsylvania (1999-2001) and a faculty position with the Department of
Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oklahoma State University
(2001-2007). His research interests include nonlinear and adaptive control,
robotics, hybrid systems, autonomous vehicles, and multi-agent systems. He
directs the Multi-Agent, Robotics, Hybrid and Embedded Systems (MARHES)
Laboratory. Rafael Fierro was the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship, a
2004 National Science Foundation CAREER Award, and the 2007 International
Society of Automation (ISA) Transactions Best Paper Award. He is serving as
Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and
Engineering (T-ASE) and has recently been appointed as Associate Editor of
the new IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems (T-CNS).

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