Our paper, titled “Deep Recurrent Q-learning for Energy-constrained Coverage with a Mobile Robot“, has been accepted for publication in Neural Computing and Applications (NCAA) journal. The lead author of this paper, Mr. Aaron Zellner, is a recent graduate of the School of Computing at UNF.
NCAA has an impact factor of 5.102 and it’s ranked #13 among all AI publications according to Google Scholar.
Our survey paper has been accepted for publication in Sensors (IF: 3.847). Mr. James Orr, a computing graduate student, is the first author of this.
Sensors has an h5 index of 145, ranked #4 publication venue in Engineering and Computer Science according to Google Scholar.
Our paper titled “Towards a Green Blockchain: Engineering Merkle Tree and Proof of Work for Energy Optimization” has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management (TNSM). It has an impact factor of 4.758.
Congratulations to Cesar, the first author and an MS student at UNF computing, and the whole team!
Our paper titled “A Constant-Factor Approximation Algorithm for Online Coverage Path Planning with Energy Constraint” is accepted at the 14th International Conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction (IHCI), 2022.
I am serving as an Associate Editor for the 2023 IEEE ICRA conference.
I am starting as an Associate Professor of Computing in the fall of 2022.
Our paper titled “Minimalist Coverage and Energy-Aware Tour Planning for a Mobile Robot” has been accepted for publication at the 18th CASE conference. CASE is the flagship conference of the IEEE Robotics & Automation Society.
Our proposal titled ”Acquisition of Motion Capture System for Multidisciplinary Motion Analysis Applications” is accepted for funding by UNF. The award will be made available via the UNF Shared Research Instrumentation Grant (SRIG) initiative.
Dr. Amir MajidiRad (UNF Mechanical Engineering) is the lead PI.
I will chair the “Multi-Robot and Swarm Robotics I” session at this year’s ICRA. ICRA is the largest robotics conference in the world. The conference will be held in Philadelphia (USA) this year.
Our paper “Secure Multi-Robot Information Sampling with Periodic and Opportunistic Connectivity” has been accepted for publication at the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
ICRA is the #1 robotics conference and has an H5-index of 105. This is the second paper in the series that proposes solutions for “secure multi-robot information sampling”. Our research in this paper is sponsored by an NSF-CPS grant.
Congratulations to Tamim for this ICRA publication 🙂