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TC AgRA – Webinar 43 – Automated Weed Detection in Crops Using Flying Robots

Dr. Yasir Niaz Khan obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Tubingen in 2013. During his Ph.D. he conducted research on detection of terrain (ground surfaces) using a camera mounted on a flying and a ground robot. Upon completing his graduate studies, Dr. Khan started teaching robotics at FAST-NU, Lahore, Pakistan. He started a new robotics Lab at FAST-NU for robotics students to promote robotics in Pakistan. Dr. Khan supervised many national and international level robotic events held at FAST-NU where professors and students from different universities presented their works in robotics field. Dr. Khan joined the University of Central…

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Allison Okamura Haptics Engineering Touch

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Jana Koseka Semantic Parsing for Robot Perception

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Jing Xiao Autonomous Robotic Manipulation

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Radhika Nagpal Taming the swarm

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Yi Guo Multi robot Cooperative Tracking of Dynamic Ocean Plume

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Katia Sycara Human Supervisory Control of Robotic Swarms

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Yuru Zhang iDental A Simulator for Dental Skill Training

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Ruzena Bajcsy Cyber Physical Systems with Humans in the Loop

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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Lynne Parker Towards Peer to Peer Human Robot Teaming

The 2015 Texas A&M Robotics Symposium hosted talks from world recognized researchers whose expertise covers the spectrum of robotics and automation. These researchers comprise the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Senior Program Committee (SPC).  

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NASA’s BEST — Improve

The final phase of the engineering design process is to improve. This is the step where changes are made to the original model to come up with the best solution. Don Higdon says the most important idea for students to take away is that this is a process that can be applied to any problem.  

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NASA’s BEST — Experiment

The fifth phase of the engineering design process is to experiment. Don Higdon explains that students should select one variable to test. The important thing is that the students do the experiments, measure, record and ask how to improve their design.  

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NASA’s BEST — Plan

The third phase of the engineering design process is to plan. Students should pick one promising idea and then develop a plan. Don Higdon explains how sketching is the best way to decide how to build a design.  

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