Nisar R. Ahmed, Ph.D.
Research and Engineering Center for Unmanned Vehicles (RECUV)
Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences
University of Colorado Boulder
Office: ECAE 175
Office hours: Tuesday, 2pm - 4pm
My research focuses on cooperative intelligence and control for mixed teams of humans and autonomous robotic vehicles. I currently work in three problem areas:
-cooperative human-robot sensing and perception
-modeling and prediction of human decision making and task performance
-robust fusion of complex information in dynamic human-robot networks
I'm looking for motivated PhD students, MS students, and undergraduates with strong backgrounds in engineering, physical science, computer science, or applied math to join my new research group at CU Boulder. If you're interested, please e-mail me your resume along with a brief (~1 paragraph) description about yourself, your goals and your specific research interests -- no form letters please!
Click on the links on the left to find out more. Also check out this link for related research at CU Boulder
I have been selected to the ASEE Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, and will be spending the summer working with Derek Kingston's group at the Air Force Research Lab at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, OH.
I am co-organizing a workshop at the RSS Conference in Berkeley this July on "Distributed Control and Estimation for Robotic Vehicle Networks" -- we have lots of great speakers lined up, please check the link for more information and updates as they occur. Hope to see you there!
AES grad student Nicholas Sweet joins the research group -- welcome Nick! (check out his webpage)