Tokekar’s research is in the area of multi-robot coordination and planning. On the algorithmic side, his recent work is focused on the theoretical foundations of risk-aware and resilient multi-robot coordination especially in the presence of adversarial elements. On the practical side, his work is focused on coordination when teams of heterogeneous robots act as mobile sensing agents on land, in air, and in water. This work is driven by a number of applications and is supported by numerous interdisciplinary projects on environmental monitoring (NSF National Robotics Initiative, ONR), data-driven agriculture (USDA NIFA), and civil infrastructure inspection (NSF Future of Work).

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