Students

Current Students 

Graduate

  1. Santhosh Alladi, MSc (1st year)
  2. Chelsey Edge, PhD (1st year)
  3. Michael Fulton, PhD (2nd year)
  4. Jungseok Hong, PhD (2nd year)
  5. Jahidul Islam, PhD (4th year)
  6. Yi-Chun Lu, Data Science MSc (2nd year)
  7. Jiawei Mo, PhD (2nd year)

Undergraduate

  1. Marc Ho, Undergraduate RA (Senior, Computer Science)
  2. Elliott Imhoff, Undergraduate RA (Senior, Physics/CSE Double Major)
  3. Berik Kallevig, Undergraduate RA (Sophomore, Mechanical Engineering)
  4. Peigen Luo, Undergraduate RA (Junior, Computer Science)
  5. Youya Xia, Undergraduate RA (Senior, Computer Science)
  6. Yuyang Xiao, Undergraduate RA (Junior, Computer Science)

Past Students

University of Minnesota

  1. Liyao Lu, Data Sciences MSc (Graduated Summer 2018: now at Walmart Labs, CA)
  2. Cameron Fabbri, Computer Science MSc (Graduated Summer 2018, now at 3M AI Labs, MN)
  3. Noah Seichter, Undergraduate RA (Computer Science, Graduated Summer 2018)
  4. Julian Lagman, Undergraduate RA (Biomedical Engineering, Graduated Summer 2018, now at 3M, MN)
  5. Mustaf Ahmed, Undergraduate RA (Sophomore, Computer Science)
  6. Hannah Dubois, Undergraduate RA (Junior, Computer Science)

Undergraduate Research Supervision -- Clarkson University

  1. Michael Fulton -- Vision-based lane departure warning system. SURE talk slides.
  2. Cameron Fabbri -- intuitive information exchange in human-robot dialog. Finished April 2015. SURE Poster
  3. Dominic DeMarco -- Multimodal human activity recognition from smartphone sensors for distributed human-robot collaboration. Finished April 2015. Project Report.

Master's collaboration -- The University of British Columbia

  1. Pouria TalebiFard -- A risk assessment infrastructure for a powered wheelchair with limited sensing. Msc Thesis@UBC Libraries.
  2. Vignesh Sankaranarayanan. Towards a time-lapse prediction system for cricket matches. MSc Thesis@UBC Libraries.

Undergraduate Thesis Supervision -- The University of British Columbia

  1. Mark Grimson - Enhanced-MultiMaster -- A Unified Software Framework for Distributed Human-Robot Interaction. Co-supervision with Professor James Little. Undergraduate Thesis.