Mark Campbell

Mark Campbell is the John A. Mellowes ’60 Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering in the Sibley School.

Research interests include theory and experimental validation of autonomous systems, including machine learning, estimation, sensor fusion, control/planning/decision-making. Applications of interest include robotics, aircraft, spacecraft, and human-robot teams.  

Educational areas include system dynamics, control systems, estimation, and control, with an emphasis on experiential learning projects. 

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Current PhD Students

Rohan Banerjee

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Computer Science

Research Areas: 

Bayesian Reinforcement Learning for Robotic Navigation through uncertain environments.

Youya Xia

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Computer Science

Research Areas: 

Deep Learning for Perception in Self-Driving Cars

Junan Chen

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Mechanical Engineering

Research Areas: 

Forecasting in Self-Driving Cars; Uncertainty in Deep Learning

Josephine Monica

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Mechanical Engineering

Research Areas: 

Deep Learning Perception and Planning in Robotics

Jose Nino

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Mechanical Engineering

Research Areas

Prediction models of pedestrians near cars

Carlos Diaz-Ruiz

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Mechanical Engineering

Research Areas: 

Tracking and Datasets in Self-Driving Cars

Beatriz Arruda Asfora

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Aerospace Engineering

Research Areas: 

Multi-agent planning in robotics

Vikram Shree

Position: 

PhD Student

Graduate Field: 

Mechanical Engineering

Research Areas: 

Natural Language in Human-Robot Teaming