Ken Goldberg's accepted papers at CASE 2016

28 Jun, 2016

Ken Goldberg's accepted papers at CASE 2016

Professor Ken Goldberg had multiple papers accepted the 12th Annual International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering. IEEE CASE is the flagship automation conference of the IEEE RAS and constitutes the primary forum for cross-industry and multidisciplinary research in automation. Its goal is to provide a broad coverage and dissemination of foundational research in automation among researchers, academics, and practitioners. Accepted and presented papers were published in the conference proceedings, and submitted for inclusion into IEEEXplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.

Read more about CASE 2016 here.

The paper's and their abstracts below, and you can access the rest of Pro. Goldberg's work here.

Robot Grasping in Clutter: Using a Hierarchy of Supervisors for Learning from Demonstrations. Michael Laskey, Jonathan Lee, Caleb Chuck, David Gealy, Wesley Hsieh, Florian T. Pokorny, Anca D. Dragan, and Ken Goldberg.

Privacy-Preserving Cloud-Based Grasp Planning. Jeffrey Mahler, Brian Hou, Sherdil Niyaz, Florian T. Pokorny, Ramu Chandra, Ken Goldberg.

Co-Robotic Device for Automated Tuning of Emitters to Enable Precision Irrigation. David V. Gealy, Stephen McKinley, Menglong Guo, Lauren Miller, Stavros Vougioukas, Joshua Viers, Stefano Carpin, Ken Goldberg.

Tumor Localization using Automated Palpation with Gaussian Process Adaptive Sampling. Animesh Garg, Siddarth Sen, Rishi Kapadia, Yiming Jen, Stephen McKinley, Lauren Miller, Ken Goldberg.

An Interchangeable Surgical Instrument System with Application to Supervised Automation of Multilateral Tumor Resection. Stephen McKinley, Animesh Garg, Siddarth Sen, David V. Gealy, Jonathan P. McKinley, Yiming Jen, Menglong Guo, Doug Boyd, Ken Goldberg.