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Paper Review By Graduate Students

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: G. Zhang, et al., “Spill Detection and Perimeter Surveillance via Distributed Swarming Agents”, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics 18.1 (2013): 121-129., by Tamzid Mina
Week 2: J. Rodriguez-Serrano, et al., “Data-Driven Detection of Prominent Objects”, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 38.10 (2016): 1969-1982., by Arabinda Samantaray
Week 3: Unhelkar, Vaibhav V., et al. "Human-robot co-navigation using anticipatory indicators of human walking motion." Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2015 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE, 2015., by Yeonju Oh
Week 4: Caley, Jeffrey A., Nicholas RJ Lawrance, and Geoffrey A. Hollinger. "Deep learning of structured environments for robot search." Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on. IEEE, 2016., by Manoj Penmetcha
Week 5: McFarland, Christopher J., and Louis L. Whitcomb. "Experimental evaluation of adaptive model-based control for underwater vehicles in the presence of unmodeled actuator dynamics." Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2014 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE, 2014., by Jun Han Bae
Week 6: Arrichiello, Filippo, Alessandro Marino, and Francesco Pierri. "Distributed fault detection and recovery for networked robots." Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2014), 2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on. IEEE, 2014., by Sangjun Lee
Week 7: Lin, Tsung-Yi, et al. "Microsoft coco: Common objects in context." European conference on computer vision. Springer, Cham, 2014., by Arabinda Samantaray
Week 8: Lee, Joseph, et al. "Visual programming for mobile robot navigation using high-level landmarks." Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on. IEEE, 2016., by Yeonju Oh
Week 9: Saulnier, Kelsey, et al. "Resilient Flocking for Mobile Robot Teams." IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 2.2 (2017): 1039-1046., by Sangjun Lee
Week 10: Setter, Tina, and Magnus Egerstedt. "Energy-constrained coordination of multi-robot teams." IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology 25.4 (2017): 1257-1263., by Shaocheng Luo
Week 11: Tai, Lei, Shaohua Li, and Ming Liu. "A deep-network solution towards model-less obstacle avoidance." Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on. IEEE, 2016., by Manoj Penmetcha
Week 12: Martin, Stephen C., and Louis L. Whitcomb. "Nonlinear Model-Based Tracking Control of Underwater Vehicles With Three Degree-of-Freedom Fully Coupled Dynamical Plant Models: Theory and Experimental Evaluation." IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology (2017)., by Jun Han Bae
Week 13: Yu, Jingjin, Steven M. LaValle, and Daniel Liberzon. "Rendezvous without coordinates." IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 57.2 (2012): 421-434., by Shaocheng Luo, by Shaocheng Luo
Week 14: TBD, by Tamzidul Mina