How do you stop all progress in research? Have students make robots.
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Richard Wang

I completed my Ph.D.in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University in 2016. Special thanks to my advisors Srinivasan Seshan and Manuela Veloso.

Previously, I received a M.S. in Computer Science from Princeton University advised by Jennifer Rexford and a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.


Contact: rpw AT cs.cmu.edu

CMDragons - Small Size RoboCup Team

Great thanks to the amazing team

2nd place @ Joao Pessoa, Brazil 2014
1st place @ Hefei, China 2015
2nd place @ Leipzig, Germany 2016

RoboCup 2015 Highlights

Research

We present a data collection system that gathers large amounts of fine-grain sensor data across our environments (with autonomous robots and mobile phones), demonstrates the detailed insights we can reveal about our environments (both wireless conditions and indoor climate), and shows how these enable novel data-driven algorithms that we demonstrate with challenging, real-time applications (wireless handoffs and interception of a moving ball).

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Last Update: 10/5/2015