The Automatic Coordination of Teams (ACT) Lab is part of the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Center (RASC) at USC.
ACT Lab conducts research in the area of coordinated multi-robot systems. The common theme behind our different research threads is that we provide theoretically sound solutions to practically motivated problems.
In summer 2018, USC will host an NSF REU Site for undergraduates in Robotics and Autonomous Systems. Applicants must be US Citizens.
Elizabeth Boroson was awarded the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship beginning Fall 2018.
Our paper "Trajectory Planning for Heterogeneous Robot Teams" was accepted to IROS 2018.
Our paper "Conflict-Based Search with Optimal Task Assignment" was accepted to AAMAS 2018 (joint work with Amazon Robotics).
We are seeking multiple Ph.D. students to work on multiple federally funded projects in multi-robot systems.
Our paper "Downwash-Aware Trajectory Planning for Large Quadrotor Teams" was accepted to IROS 2017
Our Crazyswarm research is featured at USA Today
Our paper "Crazyswarm: A Large Nano-Quadcopter Swarm" was accepted to IEEE ICRA 2017
Our paper "Seamless Robot Simulation Integration for Education: A Case Study" has been accepted at the workshop on the Role of Simulation in Robot Programming at SIMPAR 2016.
Our book chapter "Flying Multiple UAVs Using ROS" will appear in the Springer Book on Robot Operating System (ROS) 2017
Our Crazyswarm was Accepted to Appear in IEEE IROS 2016 Late Breaking
Two of our submissions were accepted to IROS!
Our paper "Multi-Agent Path Finding with Kinematic Contraints" wins Best Paper in Robotics Track at ICAPS
Our paper "Multi-Agent Path Finding with Kinematic Contraints" was accepted to ICAPS