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Paper Review By Graduate Students

Spring 2018   Fall 2017

   This seminar series intends to have graduate students in the lab introduce one “well-known” research paper and discuss with other lab members. In a seminar, the presenter is going to cover the following four aspects (2W+2H):

  • What this paper is about?
  • Why this paper is well-known and important to you and us?
  • How the authors formulate and solve the problem?
  • How this paper potentially benefits your and others’ research?

The papers that are discussed and presenters are listed below:
Week 1: Cho, Hyunggi, et al., “A Multi-sensor fusion system for moving object detection and tracking in urban driving environments”, ICRA 2014, by Sangjun Lee
Week 2: Chen, Yu Fan, et al., “Motion Planning with Diffusion Maps”, IROS 2016, by Shyam Sundar Kannan
Week 3: Girshick, et al., “Rich Feature Hierarchies for Accurate Object Detection and Semantic Segmentation”, CVPR 2014, by Arabinda Samantaray
Week 4: Chen, et al., “A strategy for transporting tall objects with a swarm of miniature mobile robots”, ICRA 2013, by Tamzidul Mina
Week 5: Chen, Gauci, et al., “Terrain model-based anticipative control for articulated vehicles with low bandwidth actuators”, ICRA 2013, by Junhan Bae
Week 6: Habibi, et al., “Distributed centroid estimation and motion controllers for collective transport by multi-robot systems”, ICRA 2015, by Shaocheng Luo
Week 7: Toris, et al., “Robot Web Tool: Efficient messaging for Cloud Robotics”, IROS 2015, by Manoj Raj Penmetcha