IEEE MRS 2021 The 3rd International Symposium on Multi-Robot and Multi-Agent Systems
November 4-5, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Last updated on November 11, 2021. This conference program is tentative and subject to change

Technical Program for Thursday November 4, 2021

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ThK1T1  Room T1 Add to My Program 
Keynote 1  
ThPH1T1  Regular Session, Room T1 Add to My Program 
Paper Session 1  
10:30-10:45, Paper ThPH1T1.1 Add to My Program
Non-Prehensile Cooperative Object Transportation with Omnidirectional Mobile Robots: Organization, Control, Simulation, and Experimentation

Ebel, HenrikUniversity of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computatio
Eberhard, PeterUniversity of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computatio
10:45-11:00, Paper ThPH1T1.2 Add to My Program
Cooperative Distributed Model Predictive Formation Control of Non-Holonomic Robotic Agents

Rosenfelder, MarioUniversity of Stuttgart
Ebel, HenrikUniversity of Stuttgart
Eberhard, PeterInstitute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, University
11:00-11:15, Paper ThPH1T1.3 Add to My Program
Cooperative Multi-Agent Path Finding: Beyond Path Planning and Collision Avoidance

Greshler, NirTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
Gordon, OfirTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
Salzman, OrenTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
Shimkin, NahumTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
11:15-11:30, Paper ThPH1T1.4 Add to My Program
On-Demand Grocery Delivery from Multiple Local Stores with Autonomous Robots

Kronmueller, MaximilianDelft University of Technology
Fielbaum, AndrésDelft University of Technology
Alonso-Mora, JavierDelft University of Technology
11:30-11:45, Paper ThPH1T1.5 Add to My Program
Characterization of Grasp Configurations for Multi-Robot Object Pushing

Bertoncelli, FilippoUniversity of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Ruggiero, FabioUniversità Di Napoli Federico II
Sabattini, LorenzoUniversity of Modena and Reggio Emilia
11:45-12:00, Paper ThPH1T1.6 Add to My Program
Speed-Vs-Accuracy Tradeoff in Collective Estimation: An Adaptive Exploration-Exploitation Case

Raoufi, MohsenTechnical University of Berlin
Hamann, HeikoUniversity of Luebeck
Romanczuk, PawelHumboldt-Unviersity Berlin
ThK2T1  Room T1 Add to My Program 
Early Career Spotlight Talk 1  
ThPH2T1  Regular Session, Room T1 Add to My Program 
Paper Session 2  
15:30-15:45, Paper ThPH2T1.1 Add to My Program
Distributed Contact-Implicit Trajectory Optimization for Collaborative Manipulation

Shorinwa, OlaStanford University
Schwager, MacStanford University
15:45-16:00, Paper ThPH2T1.2 Add to My Program
Role Discovery in Observed Multi-Agent Systems Over Time through Matrix Factorization

Reily, BrianColorado School of Mines
Don, MichaelCCDC Army Research Laboratory
Rogers III, John G.US Army Research Laboratory
Reardon, Christopher M.University of Denver
16:00-16:15, Paper ThPH2T1.3 Add to My Program
Stochastic Assignment for Deploying Multiple Marsupial Robots

Lee, Chris (Yu Hsuan)Oregon State University
Best, GraemeOregon State University
Hollinger, GeoffreyOregon State University
16:15-16:30, Paper ThPH2T1.4 Add to My Program
Learning Robot Swarm Tactics Over Complex Adversarial Environments

Behjat, AmirUniversity at Buffalo
Manjunatha, HemanthUniversity at Buffalo
Krisshna Kumar, PrajitUniversity at Buffalo
Jani, ApurvUniversity at Buffalo
Collins, LeightonUniversity at Buffalo
Ghassemi, PayamUniversity at Buffalo
Distefano, JosephUniversity at Buffalo
Doermann, DavidUniversity at Buffalo
Dantu, KarthikUniversity of Buffalo
Esfahani, EhsanUniversity at Buffalo
Chowdhury, SoumaUniversity at Buffalo
16:30-16:45, Paper ThPH2T1.5 Add to My Program
Reactive Multi-Fitness Learning for Robust Multiagent Teaming

Yates, ConnorOregon State University
Aydeniz, Ayhan AlpOregon State University
Tumer, KaganOregon State University
16:45-17:00, Paper ThPH2T1.6 Add to My Program
BotNet: A Simulator for Studying the Effects of Accurate Communication Models on Multi-Agent and Swarm Control

Selden, MarkUniversity of California Berkeley
Zhou, JasonUniversity of California, Berkeley
Campos, FelipeUniversity of California, Berkeley
Lambert, NathanUniversity of California, Berkeley
Drew, Daniel S.University of Utah
Pister, Kristofer S. J.University of California, Berkeley




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