The Autonomous Robotics and Interactive Systems Experimental Laboratory at the University of Denver is directed by Dr. Christopher Reardon.
In the ARISE Lab, we research methods to enable robust, intelligent robots that can operate alongside humans. In particular, we seek to enable human-robot teaming in real-world and field environments using computational approaches such as artificial intelligence and multiple interactive modalities.
13 December 2020
In collaboration with researchers at NYU Tandon School of Engineering and EPFL, the paper "Tracking and Relative Localization of Drone Swarms with a Vision-based Headset" by Maxim Pavliv, Fabrizio Schiano, Christopher M. Reardon, Dario Floreano, Giuseppe Loianno has been accepted to the Robotics and Automation (RA-L) Journal. The paper will also be presented at the IEEE ICRA 2021 conference in Xi'an, China.
The ARISE Lab is seeking students, particularly graduate students, with interests in human-robot interaction, artificial intelligence, and/or mixed reality interfaces.
Contact us if you're interested!
On 1 November 2020, Dr. Christopher Reardon joins the Computer Science faculty at the University of Denver and founds the ARISE Laboratory.