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MOST Grant awarded
Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) grant titled "What is the right robot for my problems? Evaluating robot suitability for motion-planning tasks via domain coherence" was awarded.
NSF-BSF Grant awarded
NSF-BSF grant titled "Provably High-Quality Robot Inspection Planning-Theory and Application" was awarded together with Prof.
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Paper accepted to AIJ
A paper co-authored with Vinitha Ranganeni and Maxim Likhachev titled "
Effective Footstep Planning Using Homotopy-Class Guidance
" has been accepted for publication in Artificial Intelligence.
New paper on bi-criteria shortest path uploaded to arXiv
New paper titled "
Approximate bi-criteria search by efficient representation of subsets of the Pareto-optimal frontier
" uploaded to arXiv.
Paper accepted to RSS 20
A paper co-authored with Fahad Islam, Aditya Agarwal and Maxim Likhachev titled “
Provably Constant-time Planning and Re-planning for Real-time Grasping Objects off a Conveyor
” was accepted to Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS).
Paper accepted to ICRA 20
A paper co-authored with Fahad Islam, Anirudh Vemula, Sung Kyun Kim, Andrew Dornbush and Maxim Likhachev titled “
Planning, Learning and Reasoning Framework for Robot Truck Unloading
” was accepted to the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
Paper accepted to AAMAS 20
A paper co-authored with Roni Stern titled “
Research Challenges and Opportunities in Multi-Agent PathFinding and Multi-Agent Pickup and Delivery Problems
” was accepted to the Blue-Sky track at the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS).