I am currently enjoying my life as an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at Arizona State University! My research interests are on the intersection of AI and Robotics, focusing on innovating and applying AI and Machine Learning methods to human-robot teaming, multi-agent systems, distributed robotic systems, human-robot interaction, planning and automated reasoning. The GOAL of my research is to bring heterogeneous systems, as well as humans and autonomous systems, seamlessly together to improve our everyday lives, and to achieve complex tasks that has never been achieved before.
March, 2017: I am still looking for one more PhD student to join CRS in Fall 2017 to work on our EXCITING PROJECTS! If you are interested, please contact me with your resume, a description of your experience, researach interest, references (if available), and long-term goals. MS and undergraduate students who are interested in doing projects or theses with me are also very welcome! Check out CRS research HERE!
Jan, 2017: Hao Zhang joined CRS as a PhD student. Welcome Hao!
Jan 15, 2017: Three papers accepted to ICRA 2017!
December 27, 2016: Happy Holidays! Finally, student demos for my Fall 2016 class are posted here.
November 13, 2016: I will serve as a senior PC member for IJCAI 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.
September 10, 2016: Ze Gong joined CRS as a PhD student. Welcome Ze!
September 9, 2016: The Cooperative Robotic Systems (CRS) lab website is alive!
August 16, 2016: I joined Arizona State University as an Assistant Professor. I am looking for passionate students to join my lab. If you are interested, please contact me with your resume, a description of your experience, researach interest, and long-term goals.
June 19, 2016: I gave an invited talk at RSS workshop on Minimality and Design Automation.
May 23, 2016: I will serve as a PC member on the Intelligent Robotics and Multi-Agent Systems (IRMAS) track of SAC, 2017.
Here are some of the robots we are currently working with:
About me: I was a research assistant professor at Arizona State University from 2015-2016. Before that, I worked in the Yochan research laboratory as a postdoctoral researcher from 2013-2015. I received my PhD degree at the Distributed Intelligence Lab in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Tennessee in August 2012, under the advising of Prof. Lynne E Parker. My PhD research was on significantly extending the state-of-the-art distributed robot systems, more specifically, by enabling heterogeneous robots to form and execute complex coalitions in a dynamic fashion.
Our research is sponsored by: