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MARHES Research

MARHES research interests include mobile network systems, cooperative control of unmanned vehicles, and hybrid systems.

Research Interests

Mobile Sensor Networks

The objective of this research is to develop an adaptive network of distributed sensors capable of accomplishing a broad spectrum of tasks ranging from retrieving, manipulating, and synthesizing information to identifying and locating physical objects.

Cooperative Control of Unmanned Vehicles

As small, low-cost, and expendable vehicles(UAV, UGV) become available they can be used for many functions such as reconnaissance, search, and over-the-horizon communications. In this project, we propose to develop the methodology and the support software for the coordination of heterogeneous teams of unmanned vehicles.

Hybrid Systems

Applications of hybrid systems include embedded systems, biological systems, automated highway systems, air traffic controllers, communications networks, and robotics.