The following are the four projects, independent studies and course projects, that I have worked on during my Bachelor's in School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University:
- Learning Patterns in Multi-Robot Soccer Games - Advised by Manuela Veloso. The goal of this project was to detect the underlying patterns in a multi-robot domain and leverage them in the adversarial setup of a robot soccer game. The link is to the paper published in International Joint Conference of Artificial Intelligence 2011.
- Detecting G1 Continuity Interruptions in Online Noisy Ball Trajectory Data - Advised by Manuela Veloso. The goal of this project was to have a small-sized league robot to autonomously receive a ball chipped in the air and shoot it to the goal. The link is to a report that describes the detection of the ball direction in the air. The video below demonstrates the shots!
- Variable Motor Stiffness in Nao Humanoid Robot Stability - Collaborated with Cetin Mericli and Tekin Mericli. The goal was to analyze the effect of motor stiffness in the stability of the Nao humanoid robots.
- Urban Search and Rescue Simulation with Lego Mindstorms - Collaborated with Samantha Tan in Howie Choset's Introduction to Robotics class. The idea was to design a robot that will be used with teleoperation to navigate a model disaster area. One of those projects that I have enjoyed quite a lot.