Nicholas Roy
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Description

Nicholas Roy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a member of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT. He received his Ph. D. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University in 2003. His research interests include autonomous systems, micro air vehicles, mobile robotics, human-computer interaction, decision-making under uncertainty and machine learning.


Lectures:

lecture
flag 27. Robots to the Rescue: Mixed-initiative human-robot teaming for disaster response
as author at  AAAI 2009: AI Video Competition,
together with: Jonathan Williams, Sophie Wang, Mikey Siegel, Jun Ki Lee, Fardad Faridi, Jason B. Alonso, Sigurdur Orn Adalgeirsson, Thomas Kollar, Stefanie Tellex, Jesse Gray, Aditya Undurti, Jonathan P. How, Sanford T. Freedman, Philipp Robbel, Julie A. Adams, Kenton Williams, Paula Aguilera, Matt Berlin, Cynthia Breazeal,
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  panel
flag Panel Discussion
as author at  International Workshop on Regression in Robotics - Approaches and Applications, Seattle 2009,
together with: Christian Plagemann, Dieter Fox, Andreas Krause, Raia Hadsell, Pieter Abbeel, Jo-Anne Ting, Rajesh P. N. Rao, Jan Peters,
387 views
tutorial
flag Bridging the gap between machines and people
as author at  SNN Symposium: Intelligent Machines, Nijmegen 2010,
308 views
  lecture
flag Planning under Uncertainty Using Distributions over Posteriors
as author at  Probabilistic Approaches,
227 views
lecture
flag The Role of Function Approximation for both Regression and Classifiction in Robotics
as author at  International Workshop on Regression in Robotics - Approaches and Applications, Seattle 2009,
191 views