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Current Graduate Research Students

Noah Kuntz (Supernova) Email | Noah's EAPSI Blog in Australia
Subject: UAV Cargo Transport

Rob Ellenberg (PhD track: Starts Fall 2007) EAPSI Blog | Email
Subject: Humanoids

Youngbum Jun (PhD track: Starts Fall 2008) Email
Subject: Humanoids

Dan Lofaro (PhD track: Starts Fall 2008) Email
Subject: Humanoids

Current Undergraduate/Masters Research Students

Sean Mason (BS/MS MEM Class of 2013) Email
Subject: Humanoids, PIRE Fall/Winter cycle Sept 2010 to March 2011

Alex Alspach (BS/MS MEM Class of 2013) Email
Subject: Humanoids, PIRE Fall/Winter cycle Sept 2010 to March 2011

Caitlin Shreiber (BS MEM Class of 2014) Email
Subject: Humanoids, PIRE

Danielle Castley (SuperNOVA, MEM Class of 2012) Email | Danielle's Blog in Korea
Subject: Human-Humanoid Interaction, language, hands. PIRE Spring/Summer Cycle March 2010 to Sept 2010

Mike Sehi (BS, MEM Class of 2012) Email | Mike's Blog in Korea
Subject: STAR Summer 2008, Humanoids. PIRE Spring/Summer Cycle March 2010 to Sept 2010

Norman Chan (BS, ECE Class of 2012) Email
Subject: STAR Summer 2008, Humanoids (DSP) and Indoor Aerial Robot Competition, Spring/Summer co-op cycle

Richard Vallett (BS, MEM Class of 2012) Email
Subject: STAR Summer 2008, Humanoids (CNC) and Indoor Aerial Robot Competition, Fall/Winter co-op cycle

RJ Gross (BS, MEM Class of 2011) Email | RJ's Blog in Korea
Subject: Humanoids and Indoor Aerial Robot Competition

Bryan Kobe (BS, ECE Class of 2011) Email | Bryan's Blog in Korea
Subject: Humanoids and Indoor Aerial Robot Competition

Bob Sherbert (BS, ECE Class of 2011) Email
Subject: Humanoids and Indoor Aerial Robot Competition

Clayton McNeil (BS, ECE Class of 2011) Email
Subject: Star Summer 2007, LEGO NXT with LabVIEW and Microsoft Robotics Studio interface

Matt Minnick (BS, MEM Class of 2009) Email
Subject: Poser Software Package for Generating Gait Data

Paul Briede (BS, MEM Class of 2009) Email
Subject: GPS Guided Airplane

Mike Voicheck (2006-2007 RET DASL Fellow) Email
Subject: R/C Helicopter Pilot and Trainer

2007-2008 Undergraduates

Jason Collins        2007-2008 Helicopter Transport
Mike Perreca       Senior Design Team constructs a trailer to transport an unmanned aerial
Caitlyn Worthington-Kirsch       vehicle (UAV). The trailer will be towed by the drive-by-wire/wireless ATV.
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Former Years Undergraduates

Andy Moran        2006-2007 SHIFT: Self-balancing Hands-free Inter-Functional Transport
Rob Ellenberg       Senior Design Team creates a hands-free 2-wheeled transport vehicle.
John Spetrino       This frees the passenger to handle tools, carry equipment and manipulate objects.
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Matt Hardy        2005-2006 DIAS: Drexel Integrated ATV
Jake Warren       Senior Design Team creates a dual-mode 350CC Yamaha Bruin ATV.
Colin Graham       In conventional mode, the rider drives the vehicle. In unmanned
Chris Crudele      mode, the vehicle can follow GPS waypoints or be radio-controlled
Home Page        Second generation version DIAS-2 site | Additional Info

Sajeel Shiromani    2004-2005 MedEvac Casualty Extraction Arm
David Williams      Senior Design Team will design a robotic arm that extracts casualties
Jonathan Sente      from a combat zone or disaster area. The arm can mount
Zachary Sabato      on a conventional or unmanned ground vehicle

Michael Joyce       2003-2004 Microhovering Air Vehicle
Justin Gallagher     Senior Design Team will design a backpackable ducted fan
Long Huynh          vehicle capable of hovering indoors while carrying a 0.5 lb payload and
Teng Myauo          transmitting live video wirelessly.
Elan Kazam        
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Chris Kim               2002 Pressure Sensitivite Brake Light
Min Chol Kim         Freshmen Design Team 100 is prototyping a brake light retrofit. The brightness of the brake light
Tien Nguyen            proportional to how hard the driver steps on the brake. The desired effect is to prevent rear-end collisions.
Kyongdo Kim         The brightness warns rear cars of the driver's braking intention.
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Lil Falkenstein         FSAE 2001: Formula I Society of Automotive Engineers
Phil Leithead           Senior Design Team is designing a working prototype wireless data
Igor Yudilevich        acquisition system to optimize the Drexel Dragon race car.
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Beverly King           LEAP 2001: Low Elevation Aerial Photography
Marc Fava              Senior Design Team is adding sensors to last year's kite-flown camera
Nate Carleton          for disaster mitigation and situational awareness tasks.
Bill Green
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Chong McLaren       2001 Palm Pilot based Data Acquistion Unit
David Kopanic         Freshmen Design Team is prototyping a handheld data acquisition unit.
Kevin Franco           The unit connects a Palm Pilot with sensors thus measuring
Kyle Monarch          states like temperature and mass
William Lewis
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Alex Moseson (BS) Email
Subject: 2-DOF Laboratory Helicopter platform (Honors Project) Joshua Capparella (BS Honors) Email
Subject: Closed-Quarter Aerial Robots: Josh is prototyping an all-foam, prop-pusher 19-inch wingspan, 23-gram aerial robot.

Santiago Serrano (BS/MS) Email
Subject: Omnicam, 3D Reconstruction, mosaicks, face-recognition

Alankar Sharma (BS/MS) Email
Subject: ER-1 Robot tutorial

Tai Dinh Nguyen (BS) Email
Subject: Sensor Suite and Rotary-Wing Vehicles: Tai has worked with the ADXL accelerometer and is flying model helicopters.

Kevin Chang (IMSA Summer Mentor Program) Email
Subject: Trimble Lassen LP Starter Kit GPS Unit

Richard Paese (2006 REU From Penn State) (BS) Email
Subject: Converted off-the-shelf E-Maxx into an unmanned ground vehicle platform



Graduated

Keith Sevcik (PhD track: Started Fall 2004. PhD April 2010) Email
Subject: Closed-Quarter Aerial Robots: Keith is designing the flight avionics and sensor suite.

James Hing (PhD track: Started Fall 2006. PhD March 2010) Email

Subject: UAV Pilot Training, Saftey and Accident Reconstruction

Bill Green (PhD June 2007) Email
Subject: Visually Servoed Aerial Robots for Situational Awareness. Bill's work will enable flying robots to a perform missions autonomously

Nikhil Gulati (MSc June 2007) Email
Subject: Ad Hoc Sensor Networks

Rares Staniu (PhD December 2004): Work Folder | Email
Subject: Human-in-the-loop visual-servoing. His work will augment human camera operators with applications like broadcasting or situational awareness; machine vision is used to keep a moving target in constant camera field-of-view.

Bharat Shah (Masters Jan 2003): Work Folder | Email
Subject: Biomimicking head-eye motion behavior by partitioning rotationally redundant degrees-of-freedom. His machine vision work will enable faster target tracking without using faster motors.

Ian White (Independent Research - Graduated B.Sc. June 2002) : Work Folder | Email
Subject: Mold making, PCB fabrication and circuit construction for mechatronics

Yanni Giannopoulos (MEM 640 Completion - Graduated B.Sc. June 2002) Work Folder | Email
Subject: Digital data acquisition, filtering and PC-based control systems.

Pragnay Choksi (B.Sc June 2004) (BS) Email
Subject: Robot Biped: Pragnay is designing a visually-servoed two-legged walking robot.

Michael Joyce (B.Sc June 2004) Email
Subject: Characterization on Control. Mike is constructing a 6-DOF test rig with workspaces that can emulate near-Earth environments like forests, caves or urban structures. The rig will capture performance metrics for MAVs flying in near-Earth environments.

Justin Gallagher (B.Sc June 2004) Email
Subject: Characterization on Control. Justin is constructing a non-flying Class 1 MAV mockup. The mockup will host sensor suites and will fit on the 6-DOF test rig.

Vivian Premakumar (MSc) Email
Subject: Visually servoed Perch-and-Stare

Todd Danko (M.Sc June 2004) Email
Subject: Robotic rotorcraft. Todd designs and applies sensor suites to autonomously control small-sized (less than 14-inch fuselage) helicopters.

Andy Soprano (RET from RPI) Email
Subject: DIAS Unmanned ATV with NI LabVIEW retrofit

Shreyansh Shah (BS) Email
Subject: Near-Space Balloon

Tony Le (BS/MS, ECE Class of 2008) Email
Subject: WhIP (Wheeled Inverted Pendulum) using NXT Lego for Mechatronics Education

Jason Collins (BS, MEM Class of 2008) Email
Subject: UAV Airlift and Transport of Ground Vehicles

Incompleted

Vefa Narli (PhD track: Started Spring 2005) Email
Subject: Controller Design. Vefa will design a micro-air-vehicle test rig by implementing a model reference adaptive controller

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