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Astolfi, A. - Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College, London. Interests in Control Theory.
Borenstein, J. - Full Research Scientist and Head of the Mobile Robotics Lab within the University of Michigan's Department of Mechanical Engineering. Interests in mobile robots, obstacle avoidance, odometry, positioning, and the GuideCane for the Blind.
Borich, M. - Contains a listing of robotics sites, categorised by country. Some robotics papers in *.pdf format are also available.
Brooks, Rodney A. - Embodied cognition in autonomous robots. (MIT, USA). Fujitsu Professor of Computer Science and Engineering (EECS Dept), and Director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Projects include Coco, Cog, Kismet, as well as commercial ventures.
Burgard, W. - Professor of Computer Science at the University of Freiburg and head of the research lab for Autonomous Intelligent Systems. Areas of interest lie in Artificial Intelligence and mobile robots.
Chladny, R. - Mechanical Engineering Student homepage includes Pro/E samples from a large, hydraulic, autonomous, robotic vehicle. Lots of related pictures and links.
Cox , I. J. - Fellow, NEC Research Institute. 1984-1989 principal investigator, Robotics Principles Dept., AT&T Bell Labs, focussing on issues surrounding autonomous robots. Interests now lie in computer vision.
Duckett, T. - Researcher in Autonomous Sensor Systems. Assistant Professor at the Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems at Örebro University in Sweden. Research interests include autonomous robots, machine learning and neural networks, artificial intelligence, navigation systems, and biologically inspired sensor systems.
Dudek , G. - Professor at the School of Computer Science and Centre for Intelligent Machines (CIM). Research areas include navigation, shape, mobile robotics, computer vision, vision, visualization, and recognition.
Fox, D. - Assistant Professor at Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington. His research interests lie in artificial intelligence and its application to mobile robotics, believing that building systems is an important part of research, especially in robotics.
Grad Students Who's Who In Robotics - A list of grad students in robotics
Gutmann, S. - Since April 2001 working with Sony Corporation, Tokyo, Japan working in the Digital Creatures Laboratory on navigation for entertainment robots. Research interests include mobile robot self-localization, map-building, object recognition using stereo vision, and robot soccer.
Hofmann, T. - Since 1998 a postdoctoral fellow at International Computer Science Institute, Berkley & EECS Department, University of California, Berkley. Recent projects include analysis of co-occurence data with distributional clustering, data visualisation and vision.
Kaelbling, L. P. - Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Also associate director of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Machine Learning Research.
Kleeman, L. - Associate Professor, Department Electrical & Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University, Australia. Keywords: robotics, sonar, ultrasonic, vlsi, sensing, localisation, logic, digital, self-timed, asynchronous, STG. Extensive list of online publications.
Koenig, S. - Assistant Professor, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia. Research centers around techniques for decision making (planning and learning) that enable situated agents to act intelligently in their environments, under realistic conditions.
Kuipers, B. - Professor and Chairman, Department of Computer Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin. Research interests include the representation of commonsense and expert knowledge, with particular emphasis on the effective use of incomplete knowledge. Recent accomplishments include a robot exploration and mapping strategy based on qualitative recognition of distinctive places.
Kurz, A. - Institut für Softwaretechnik, Externer Lehrbeauftragter.
Littman, M. - Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Duke University, Durham.
MIT AI Lab - People in the AI Lab - Alphabetical index of people at the MIT AI Lab.