Robotics Research Club produces papers to be presented at two IEEE international conferences
Papers written by members of the SPSU Undergraduate Robotics Research Club have been accepted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for presentation at two international conferences this fall.
The club, which has about 20 members from a variety of degree programs, was founded by Dr. Ying Wang, assistant professor of mechatronics engineering, who served as coauthor and supervisor for both papers.
Student authors Xiyang Song (computer science), Huangwei Fang (electrical engineering) and Xiong Jiao (electrical and computer engineering technology) recently received notification that their paper, “Autonomous Mobile Robot Navigation Using Machine Learning,” was accepted by IEEE’s 6th International Conference on Information and Automation for Sustainability. This program will be held in Beijing, China, in September, and one of the three authors will be on hand to present it.
Computer science major Teng Zhao coauthored a paper describing “A Neural-Network-Based Autonomous Navigation System Using Mobile Robots” that has been accepted by IEEE’s 12th International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision, to be held in December in Guangzhou, China. Dr. Wang will present this paper himself.