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Autonomous Systems

Institute applied research associated with autonomous systems include the design and development of terrestrial robotics as well as unmanned aerial, underwater and space systems. It also encompasses the development of supporting subsystems including sensors, communications, antenna, propulsion, and locomotion. Engineering and computer science disciplines supporting autonomous systems include computer vision, natural language processing, control systems, reasoning, mapping, navigation, and other machine learning and artificial intelligence.


 

Advancing Machine & Human reasoning Lab

The Advancing Machine & Human reasoning Lab (AMHR) is a cross-disciplinary lab dedicated to answering the following research questions: How can artificial intelligence make people better reasoners? How can we create better artificially intelligent reasoners? And how can we advance our knowledge of logic and other cognitive-level reasoning processes in order to produce better conclusions, justifications, and arguments? It's devoted to not only creating smarter AI, but ensuring that these advances help improve, rather than replace, human reasoners.

RoboBulls
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Research Areas
Some research areas of the AMHR include: argument analysis, active formalization, and automated reasoning

Faculty
Dr. John Licato, the Director for AMHR, can be reached here.

 

BioRobotics Lab

RoboCup
RoboCup is an international joint project to promote AI, robotics, and other related fields. It is an attempt to foster AI and intelligent robotics research by providing a standard problem where a wide range of technologies can be integrated and examined.

RoboBulls
RoboBulls is a student organization within the University of South Florida for students who have an interest or passion for robotics., and includes participating in the international RoboCup competition.
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Faculty
For more information on the current faculty for the BioRobotics Lab, click here.

 

Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition Group

The Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Group conducts research and invents technologies that result in commercial products that enhance the security, health and quality of life of individuals the world over.

Areas of Research
Some areas of research that the LACIS provides include the following: adaptive control, neural networks, active noise control, and electrical systems

Faculty
To see a list of the current faculty members under this discipline, click here.

 

Laboratory for Autonomy, Control, Information, & Systems

The Laboratory for Autonomy, Control, Information, & Systems (LACIS) is a interdisciplinary research lab that focuses on the discovery of novel control, information, and decision systems that reveal next generation highly capable autonomous vehicles and robotic swarms (multiagent networks).

Areas of Research
Some areas of research that the LACIS provides include the following: adaptive control, neural networks, active noise control, and electrical systems

Feature Video: Control of Aerial Swarm Teams


Faculty
To see a list of the current faculty members under this discipline, click here.