Humanoid Robots
Not all robots need to have human form. But it may be useful for some robots to operate in the world in the same way that people do: walking on two legs, using arms and hands, etc. Roboust and stable locomotion remains a challenging research area.
Samuel Barrett Ph.D. Student sbarrett [at] cs utexas edu
Michael Quinlan Formerly affiliated Research Scientist mquinlan [at] cs utexas edu
Adam Setapen Masters Alumni asetapen [at] cs utexas edu
Peter Stone Faculty pstone [at] cs utexas edu
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The RoboCup 2013 Drop-In Player Challenges: A Testbed for Ad Hoc Teamwork 2014
Patrick MacAlpine, Katie Genter, Samuel Barrett, and Peter Stone, In AAMAS Autonomous Robots and Multirobot Systems Workshop (ARMS 2014), May 2014. Accompanying videos at
The RoboCup 2013 Drop-In Player Challenges: Experiments in Ad Hoc Teamwork 2014
Patrick MacAlpine, Katie Genter, Samuel Barrett, and Peter Stone, In Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), September 2014. Accompanying videos at