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.
In her papers, Radhika Nagpal integrates diverse fields, such as Artificial intelligence, Human–computer interaction and Stigmergy. Radhika Nagpal carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Human–computer interaction and Artificial intelligence. Mechanism (biology) connects with themes related to Quantum mechanics in her study. Her Quantum mechanics study frequently links to other fields, such as Mechanism (biology). As part of her studies on Composite material, Radhika Nagpal frequently links adjacent subjects like Elastomer. Elastomer is often connected to Composite material in her work. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Mechanical engineering and Electrical engineering through her works. In her articles, she combines various disciplines, including Electrical engineering and Mechanical engineering. Her research on Dielectric often connects related topics like Optoelectronics.
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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)
Designing Collective Behavior in a Termite-Inspired Robot Construction Team
Justin Werfel;Kirstin Petersen;Kirstin Petersen;Radhika Nagpal;Radhika Nagpal.
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)
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)
The emergence of geometric order in proliferating metazoan epithelia
Matthew C. Gibson;Matthew C. Gibson;Ankit B. Patel;Radhika Nagpal;Norbert Perrimon.
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
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