2020 - ACM Fellow For contributions to collective intelligence, including self-organizing systems and swarm robotics
2020 - Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) For significant contributions to collective intelligence, especially self-organizing systems, including novel robotics and foundational theory.
Radhika Nagpal mainly investigates Distributed computing, Robot, Control engineering, Swarm behaviour and Artificial intelligence. Her Distributed computing research includes themes of Control, Wireless sensor network and Real-time computing. Radhika Nagpal has researched Robot in several fields, including Complex system, Computer Aided Design, Structure and Human–computer interaction.
Her research in Control engineering tackles topics such as Simulation which are related to areas like Controllability, Control theory, Actuator and Artificial muscle. Her Swarm behaviour research incorporates elements of Robotics, Mobile robot and Personal robot. Her study in Artificial intelligence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Telecommunications network, Algorithm and Sensor array.
Radhika Nagpal focuses on Robot, Distributed computing, Artificial intelligence, Control engineering and Simulation. Her research on Robot often connects related topics like Swarm behaviour. Her Distributed computing study deals with Wireless sensor network intersecting with Algorithm.
Her work on Robotics and Collective intelligence as part of general Artificial intelligence research is frequently linked to Collective behavior, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Radhika Nagpal performs integrative study on Control engineering and Wearable computer in her works. Her research investigates the link between Simulation and topics such as Actuator that cross with problems in Mechanical engineering.
Her primary scientific interests are in Robot, Macrotermes, Artificial intelligence, Humidity and Stigmergy. Her research integrates issues of Actuator, Simulation, Fin and Human–computer interaction in her study of Robot. Her Simulation research includes elements of Gait, Robot kinematics, Robot control, Mobile robot and Robot end effector.
Her Human–computer interaction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Path and Key. Her study on Robotics and Feature is often connected to Scale and Group decision-making as part of broader study in Artificial intelligence. Her Stigmergy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mining engineering and Autonomous robot.
Radhika Nagpal mainly focuses on Robot, Artificial intelligence, Stigmergy, Excavation and Ecology. Her work carried out in the field of Robot brings together such families of science as Simulation and Actuator. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Robot calibration, Search and rescue, Arm solution, Mobile robot and Control engineering.
The various areas that she examines in her Artificial intelligence study include Task and Task switching. Radhika Nagpal has included themes like Construct, Curvature and Macrotermes in her Stigmergy study. Her research in Self-organization intersects with topics in Path and Key.
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Organizing a global coordinate system from local information on an ad hoc sensor network
Radhika Nagpal;Howard Shrobe;Jonathan Bachrach.
information processing in sensor networks (2003)
Programmable self-assembly in a thousand-robot swarm
Michael Rubenstein;Alejandro Cornejo;Radhika Nagpal.
Harold Abelson;Don Allen;Daniel Coore;Chris Hanson.
Communications of The ACM (2000)
Kilobot: A low cost scalable robot system for collective behaviors
Michael Rubenstein;Christian Ahler;Radhika Nagpal.
international conference on robotics and automation (2012)
Firefly-inspired sensor network synchronicity with realistic radio effects
Geoffrey Werner-Allen;Geetika Tewari;Ankit Patel;Matt Welsh.
international conference on embedded networked sensor systems (2005)
Designing Collective Behavior in a Termite-Inspired Robot Construction Team
Justin Werfel;Kirstin Petersen;Kirstin Petersen;Radhika Nagpal;Radhika Nagpal.
The emergence of geometric order in proliferating metazoan epithelia
Matthew C. Gibson;Matthew C. Gibson;Ankit B. Patel;Radhika Nagpal;Norbert Perrimon.
Design and control of a bio-inspired soft wearable robotic device for ankle-foot rehabilitation.
Yong-Lae Park;Bor-rong Chen;Néstor O Pérez-Arancibia;Diana Young;Diana Young.
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics (2014)
DESYNC: self-organizing desynchronization and TDMA on wireless sensor networks
Julius Degesys;Ian Rose;Ankit Patel;Radhika Nagpal.
information processing in sensor networks (2007)
Organizing a Global Coordinate System from Local Information on an Amorphous Computer
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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