Enabling Human-Robot Cooperation in Scientific Exploration of Bandwidth-Limited Environments


Contemporary scientific exploration most often takes place in highly remote and dangerous environments, such as in the deep sea and on other planets. These environments are very hostile to humans, which makes robotic exploration the first and often the only option. However, they also impose restrictive limits on how much communication is possible, creating challenges in implementing remote command and control.

Stewart Jamieson
Stewart Jamieson
PhD Candidate

My research interests include semantic mapping and path planning for multi-agent underwater robotic systems.