Robotics for Climate Change
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Congratulations to Serena Mou, Dorian Tsai and Matthew Dunbabin for winning the best presentation award for the work titled, “Reconfigurable Robots for Scaling Reef Restoration”!
23 May 2022 · Room 108 B
This workshop is supported by the RAS Technical Committees on Multi-robot Systems, Marine Robotics, and Robotics Research for Practicality.
|Time||Speaker / Event||Topic|
|9:00||Opening remarks and welcome from the organizers|
|9:10||Matt Meister (on behalf of Britney Schmidt)||Exploring Polar and Planetary Frontiers with Science-Driven Robotics|
|10:15||Coffee break and poster session|
|11:00||Mandar Chitre||Can low-cost robots help us understand ice-ocean interactions leading to global sea level rise?|
|11:30||Rahul Raj||Human-Computer interaction for precision agriculture|
|12:00||Fabio Ramos||Stein Particle Filter for Nonlinear, Non-Gaussian State Estimation|
|13:45||Johanna Hansen||Actionable Dynamics Modeling for Drifter Prediction|
|14:00||Wilhelm Marais||Design and Deployment of Marine Robotics for Environmental Exploration and Monitoring|
|14:30||Lightning talk by Helga S. Huntley||Surface Signatures of Ocean Subduction for Targeted Sampling|
|15:15||Coffee break and poster session|
|16:00||Panel discussion||Panelists: |
|17:30||End of workshop|
We graciously acknowledge support from Treeswift and IEEE TechEthics.