I am an Associate Professor in
the Computer Science
and Engineering Department
University, where I head up
Laboratory. My primary research interests are
real-world applications of field and service robots. I
teach courses in mobile robotics and real-time image
processing, and also serve as the instructor for the
Computer Science senior design course. My research is
funded by the National
Science Foundation, the Pennsylvania Department of
Community and Economic Development, and a range of
- Dec 2018: Congratulations to my
Montella for successfully defending his dissertation. Corey has
accepted a faculty position here at Lehigh University.
- Dec 2018: My 2018 Capstone Project teams rocked! Jiaye
Chen, He Huang, Yifan Huang and Robbin Xu won the Outstanding
Project Award for their work on USVs (co-advised with
Prof. Chuah) while Luke Bernick, Connor Deppert, Kelli Frank and
Jonathan Sphar won the Peers' Choice Award for their work on
AutoMobile - a smart phone based ADAS system for autonmobiles.
Congratulations to all!
- Jan 2018: I am serving on the Program Committee
- Jan 2018: I am instructing the new CSE280/281 capstone
project sequence for Computer Science and Engineering.
- Dec 2017: Congratulations to my advisee Vibhor Sood who
completed his Master's thesis and degree in electrical
engineering. Vibhor worked on
- Jan 2017: I am on leave serving as the CTO
of Love Park Robotics, an
exciting startup in the industrial robotics space.
I did my PhD in
the GRASP Laboratory
at the University of Pennsylvania. My advisor
Taylor, and my research focused on localization and target
tracking applications for mobile robot teams. Before returning
to school for my PhD, I worked as a test engineer for
the U.S. Army, where I had
the opportunity to work with some wonderful people and great
hardware. Now, I spend my time teaching students and robots
to act intelligently. One is a significantly more daunting
proposition than the other. For fun, I like to work,
run, plant trees, and watch
the sunset from my rocking chair.