Yaniel Carreno

Research project title: 
Multi-Vehicle Coordination and Planning for marine robots
Principal goal for project: 
Develop planning techniques for autonomous platforms, which are scalable to multiple platforms.
Research project: 

The main goal of the project is to develop new planning techniques that enable long-term planning of unmanned systems with the ability to plan hierarchically, re-plan short term activities on the fly and propose long term modifications of plans to a supervisor. We would want to explore constraints around power, data, position accuracy requirements, degraded performance and re-planning.

1. Muscettola, N.; Dorais, G. A.; Fry, C.; Levinson, R.; Plaunt, C.: IDEA: Planning at te Core of Autonomous Reactive Agents. In: 3rd International NASA Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space. 2002
2. Fratini, S.; Pecora, F.; Cesta, A.: Unifying Planning and Scheduling as Timelines in a Component-Based Perspective. In: Archives of Control Sciences, 18(2), 2008, 231-271.
3. Mansouri, M.; Pecora, F., More knowledge on the table: Planning with space, time and resources for robots, Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2014 IEEE International Conference on, 2014 “Qualitative Representations for Robots”, Stanford, CA, March 24-26, 2014

Student type: 
Current student
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