Posters

  • John Nicholson, Mario Harper, Jonathan Clark, “Gait Control for Optempo Legged Locomotion” (June 2018) Robot Collaborative Technology Alliance (RCTA) Program Review. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Mario Harper, Ryan Alicea, Kyle Ladyko, Camilo Ordonez, Emmanuel Collins, “Model Centered Planning in Rough Terrain” (June 2018) Robot Collaborative Technology Alliance (RCTA) Program Review. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Justin Larson, Mario Harper. “Development of a Real-Time State Estimator for a Running Legged Robot” (April 2018) FSU Undergraduate Research Symposium. Tallahassee, Florida.
  • Melissa Ma, Mario Harper. “iSpy: Computer Vision on a Robotic Platform” (April 2018) FSU Undergraduate Research Symposium. Tallahassee, Florida.
  • Morgan Timmerman, Mario Harper. “Fire-Fighting Robot Sound Identification” (April 2018) FSU Undergraduate Research Symposium. Tallahassee, Florida.
  • J. Ospina, A. Newaz, O. Faruque, E. Collins, N. Gupta, G. Lofman, G. Francis, R. Meeker, and M. Harper ”Optimal Dispatch of Energy Storage Considering Current and Future Weather and Real-Time Price of Energy” (Jan 24) DistribuTech. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Evan Fitzgerald, Ranbir Ahluwaliah, Brooke Hartenstein, Shelby DeCardenas, Max Austin, Wei Gao, Mario Harper, Jonathan Clark, PhD. Leonard LaPointe, PhD, Charles Maitland, MD, Robert Watson, MD. ”Instructed arm swing improves walking performance and decreases fall risk in individuals with Parkinsonism” (Feb 2018) FSU College of Medicine Research Symposium. Tallahassee, Florida.
  • Mario Harper, Camilo Ordonez, James Pace, Ryan Alicea, Kyle Ladyko, Emmanuel Collins, Jason Pusey, Harris Edge. “Terrain aware planning of legged and skid-steered robots” (May 2017) Robot Collaborative Technology Alliance (RCTA) Program Review. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Mario Harper, James Pace, Nikhil Gupta, Camilo Ordonez, Emmanuel Collins, Gordon Erlebacher. “Kinematic Modeling of a RHex-type Robot Using a Neural Network” (April 2017) Computational Science Expo. Tallahassee, Florida