I study distributed algorithms for control, estimation, and
learning in groups of autonomous aerial vehicles, robots, and animals.
Here are a few of my current and past research topics:
Distributed control for the deployment of aerial camera networks
Agile control of quadrotor swarms
Monitoring and controlling environmental phenomena with aerial robots
Cooperative manipulation with teams of mobile manipulators
Trustworthiness, deception, and adversaries in multi-robot systems
Human-swarm interfaces and brain-swarm interfaces
You can read about these topics in more detail by visiting the website
of my lab, the Multi-robot Systems Lab
(MSL), or by reading some of my papers.
Jan 15, 2016
We are excited to have five papers accepted to ICRA
2016 in Stockholm. ICRA's acceptance rate was 34.7% this year.
Durand Building, Room 387B
496 Lomita Mall
Stanford, CA 94305
schwager (at) stanford (dot) edu