Robotics at the University of New Hampshire
This page gathers together some information about robotics-related
activities at UNH.
Faculty members with active research interests in robotics include:
There are two mailing lists relating to robotics at UNH. Only
subscribers can send to these lists, so there is no spam. The first,
the robotics.seminars list, is for announcements of robotics-related
talks held at UNH. Those outside UNH who are interested in hearing
about talks on campus are encouraged to join this list. To subscribe,
and enter your email address.
The second list, the robotics.list, is for robotics-related news and
gossip among folks in robotics at UNH. If you are a student, faculty,
or staff member at UNH and you are interested in robotics, you should
join the list. To subscribe,
and enter your email address.
coordinates the UNH Robotics Seminar Series. Feel
free to contact her with suggestions for potential speakers. To hear
about upcoming talks, subscribe to the robotics.seminars list
described above. Did we mention that there's free
pizza at the talks?
Talks are held roughly every other Friday from noon-1pm
in Kingsbury N101 unless
otherwise noted. There's pizza before the talk and
informal socializing afterwards.
- May 5: Lawson Wong (Brown)
- Apr 21: Brad Hayes (MIT), "Machine learning and social robotics"
- Apr 7: Sam Felton (Northeastern), "Soft Robotics"
- Mar 3: special session 11am-1pm: Carlos Santacruz (MathWorks),
"Matlab and ROS"
- Dec 9: Taskin Padir
- Nov 18: Carlo
- Nov 4: Jie Fu (WPI)
- Oct 21: Kate
Saenko (BU), "Vision Meets Language: End-to-end Deep Neural
Networks for Joint Understanding of Visual and Linguistic Data"
- Oct 7: Abraham Shultz (UMass Lowell), "A Laser-targeted Assistive Manipulator for User Interface Testing"
- Sep 23: Momotaz Begum (UNH), "Assistive Robotics"
- May 6: Hordur Johansson (Teledyne GAVIA), "High resolution pipeline survey with the BlueView MB2250 on a Gavia AUV"
- Apr 22: Robby Ketchell and Dan Johnson (WinningAlgorithms), "Footprint, a wearable device with onboard machine learning"
Benjamin (MIT), "Open Source Marine Autonomy Research at MIT"
- Mar 25: Joydeep Biswas
(UMass Amherst), "Deploying Autonomous Service Mobile Robots, And Keeping Them Autonomous"
- Mar 4: Miao Liu (MIT), "Scalable Statistical Inference for Prediction and Decentralized Control of
Multiagent Systems In Large, Partially-Observable Stochastic Environments"
- Feb 19: Sam
Barrett (Amazon Robotics), "Assembling Orders in Amazon’s Robotic Warehouses"
- [ Feb 5: postponed due to weather ]
Thanks to the CEPS Dean's office for their support of the seminar
- Dec 4: Liam Paull
(MIT CSAIL), "A Cooperative Area Coverage Framework that Accounts for Uncertainty and its Application to Autonomous Seabed Surveying"
20: Ian Vaughn (URI), "Seafloor Mapping". Will be held at CCOM at 3pm!
Thein (UNH ME), "Systems and Control for Robotic Applications in Ocean and Space"
- Oct 23: Chris Amato
(UNH CS), "Multi-robot Coordination Under Uncertainty"
- Oct 9: Pablo
Yoon (UNH ECE), "An Overview of Control Theory Applications in Robotics"
- Sept 25: Wheeler Ruml (UNH CS), "One Reason Why It's Hard to Be a Robot: Planning"
- Sept 11: Val Schmidt (UNH CCOM), "How to Build a(n) (Operational) Robot"
Some relevant courses include:
- ECE/ME 952 Advanced Control Systems
- ME 743/843 Satellite Systems, Dynamics, and Control
- ECE/ME 944 Nonlinear Control Systems
- CCOM: large C-Worker ASV (diesel), small Emily ASV (gas), small
electric ASV, BlueFin?
a Nao, a
bunch of TurtleBot2s,
- Olson Center: ABB arm, Rethink Sawyer
- ME: LunaCats,
- OE: ROV
UNH often hosts FIRST
high school robotics competitions.
The undergraduates of
Robotics Club often mentor local FIRST robotics teams and are
contemplating participating in a VEX robotics competition.
CCOM's SeaPerch program
AI research at UNH
To suggest additions or modifications for this page, please contact Wheeler Ruml.