Autonomous systems; robotics; estimation and control
Current Research Interest
Autonomous systems, including robotics, aircraft, and spacecraft; estimation theory and probabilistic sensor fusion; probabilistic control and planning; human-robot information exchange and collaboration
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Associate Fellow
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Senior Member
National Academy of Science Kavli Fellow
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Defense Sciences Study Group
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Best Paper Awards
Cornell University College of Engineering Stephen Miles ‘57 and Douglas Whitney Teaching Awards
Campbell, Mark E., and Nisar R. Ahmed. “Distributed Data Fusion: Neighbors, Rumors, and the Art of Collective Knowledge.” IEEE Control Systems 36, no.4 (2016): 83-109.
Miller, Isaac, Mark E. Campbell, Dan Huttenlocher, Frank-Robert Kline, Aaron Nathan, Sergei Lupashin, Jason Catlin, Brian Schimpf, Pete Moran, Noah Zych, et al. “Team Cornell’s Skynet: Robust Perception and Planning in an Urban Environment.” Journal of Field Robotics 25, no.8 (2008): 493-527.
Cornell Research Website Article
Cars, Robots, Intelligent Systems