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* [[Seed: Correct-By-Construction Autonomy Protocols for Open, Reconfigurable, Networked Naval Systems]] (ONR)
 
* [[Seed: Correct-By-Construction Autonomy Protocols for Open, Reconfigurable, Networked Naval Systems]] (ONR)
 
* [[Formal Specification and Correct-by-Construction Synthesis of Control Protocols for Adaptable, Human-Embedded Autonomous Systems]] (AFRL, RQ)
 
* [[Formal Specification and Correct-by-Construction Synthesis of Control Protocols for Adaptable, Human-Embedded Autonomous Systems]] (AFRL, RQ)
* [[Specification, Synthesis and Verification of Software-Based Control Protocols for Fault-Tolerant Space Systems]] (AFRL, RV)
 
 
* [[Risk-Aware, Human-Cooperative Planning for Autonomous Systems]] (ONR, subcontract from JPL)
 
* [[Risk-Aware, Human-Cooperative Planning for Autonomous Systems]] (ONR, subcontract from JPL)
 
* [[Autonomy Protocols: From Human Behavioral Modeling to Correct-By-Construction, Scalable Control]] (NSF, CPS)
 
* [[Autonomy Protocols: From Human Behavioral Modeling to Correct-By-Construction, Scalable Control]] (NSF, CPS)
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* [[Specification, Synthesis and Verification of Software-Based Control Protocols for Fault-Tolerant Space Systems]] (AFRL, RV)
 
* [[Formal Synthesis of Software-Based Control Protocols for Fractionated, Composable Autonomous Systems]] (AFOSR, YIP)
 
* [[Formal Synthesis of Software-Based Control Protocols for Fractionated, Composable Autonomous Systems]] (AFOSR, YIP)

Revision as of 15:52, 15 January 2017

Overview

My group's research is on the design and verification of autonomous, networked systems. The central question we tackle is how we can build provably correct (by synthesis or by verification) protocol-based control systems. Our work merges---and often extends---ideas from controls, formal methods and learning. The motivating applications stem mainly from autonomous vehicles and robots as well as autonomous decision-making in cyberphysical networks.

Projects

Ongoing

Completed