Alekhya Akkapeddi successfully defended her MS thesis in Spring 2018.
Aditya Deshpande, Paul Guentert and Shraddha Barawkar defended their Master's Thesis in Summer 2017.
Gaurav Patil, Rumit Kumar and Nathaniel Richards won the BEST PRESENTATION AWARD for Dayton Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium, March 2017.
Rumit Kumar defended MS thesis, "Position, Attitude, and Fault-Tolerant Control of Tilting-Rotor Quadcopter" in March 2017.
Mohammad Sarim along with Thomas Schultz published a conference paper “An Artificial Brain Mechanism to Develop a Learning Paradigm for Robot Navigation” in October 2016. This paper beautifully explains how a brain like learning can be utilized for robot navigation. Futuristic applications consists of robots behaving like human brains to solve problems.
Mohammadreza Radmanesh, Dr. Manish Kumar and Mohammad Sarim published a conference paper titled “On the Effect of Different Splines on Way-Point Navigation of Quad-Copters” in October 2016.
Alireza Nemati, Rumit Kumar, and Dr. Manish Kumar published “Stability and control of tilting-rotor quadcopter in case of a propeller failure” at ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC) on October 12, 2016. Exhaustive research was performed by the team, as a result of which the team received ASME Robotics Technical Committee Best Student Paper Award at the conference.
Mohammadreza Radmanesh and Dr. Manish Kumar published a conference paper on “Solution of Traveling Salesman Problem with Hotel Selection in the Framework of MILP-Tropical Optimization” on July 2016.