Tae Hooie Kim
M.S. student (2017)
Taehooie studied the impacts of cooperative cruise control (CACC) algorithms on the formation and dissipation of self-organized traffic jams. His work involved the stochastic modeling of vehicular clusters at a mesoscopic scale, as well as the development of a novel congestion-aware CACC algorithm. After graduating from WSU in 2017, he enrolled in the Ph.D. program at Arizona State University.
Mohan worked as a graduate researcher at Exalabs for two semesters. He was involved with simulating swarm behavior in a group of robots, using a ROS-MORSE-Blender framework. He eventually proceeded to work with Dr. Roland Chen on additive manufacturing and graduated from WSU in 2017.
Vitaliy worked with Exalabs for over one and a half years and created a robot detection, classification, and tracking mechanism that utilized 2-D lidar point clouds.
Thomas worked on the dynamic modeling of Sphero robots as well as setting up the ROS communication channels between the Sphero and a central computer.
Benjamin joined Exalabs in his senior year and worked on detection and tracking of Sphero robots.
Core expertise: ROS location recognition
Core expertise: Control of robotic swarms, ROS, Quadrotor dynamics and navigation
Core expertise: Embedded systems, ROS