In this quarter, we finished this project aiming to provide a localization algorithm for multi robot system.

First of all, we proposed a new algorithm that separates communication as an independent mechanism. By doing so, the algorithm is more robust to communication imperfection. In addition, in...

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Our research group's flagship project, Robot Compiler, abbreviated RoCo, has come along a long way since our lab has launched. But can it be improved in terms of user experience?

RoCo is basically an online tool that allows people without technical skills to create complex robots easily. Because w...

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Andruino

Andruino is a project that I started after the idea of a phone controlled paper robot got brought up in my research group. Smartphones are almost ubiquitous in our everyday life meaning that everybody has the means to provide a cheap paper robot with a collection of advanced sensors and a...

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On the 27th of April, 2016, LEMUR had the grand opening of its lab and held an open house to showcase its research. The lab saw a number of visitors from curious undergraduates to professors.

Us lab members had the opportunity to present our research to our visitors. The RoCo team demonstrated th...

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We have been expecting the lab open house for so long. Finally, the lab is finished.

There were so many people in that day, and it was a challenge to share the research progress with someone without EE/CS backgroud, like the architects of the lab. It is particularly difficult for me, since my post...

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