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Robotic Manipulation and Sampling Group

Sisir Karumanchi
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Education (more>>)
PhD, Field Robotics, The Australian Centre for Field Robotics, University of Sydney, Australia, 2010.
Bachelor of Engineering, Mechatronics, University of Sydney, Australia, 2005.

Professional Experience (more>>)
Postdoctoral Associate, Robotic Mobility Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011-2014
Collaborating Researcher, MIT Computer Science and Arti cial Intelli-
gence Laboratory (CSAIL), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012-2014

Research Interests (more>>)
- robust mobile manipulation in challenging environments
- inverse and forward planning problems in dexterous robotic systems
- robust constraint estimation and enforcement in single agent and multi-agent robotic systems.
- guaranteed motion safety for soft hazards (beyond obstacles, e.g. deformable soil, slopes).
- Bayesian inference

Selected Publications (more>>)

M. Fallon, S. Kuindersma, S. Karumanchi, M. Antone, T. Schneider, H. Dai, C. Perez-D’Arpino, R. Deits, M. DiCicco, D. Fourie, T. Koolen, P. Marion, M. Posa, A. Valenzuela, P. Kuan-Ting Yu, J. A. Shah, K. Iagnemma, R. Tedrake, S. Teller, "An Architecture for Online Affordance-based Perception and Whole-body Planning," Tech Report, MIT-CSAIL-TR-2014-003, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL), 2014. (Link)

S. Karumanchi, K. Iagnemma, and S. Scheding, "Mobility Erosion: High Speed Motion Safety for Mobile Robots Operating in Off-Road Terrain," IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2013. (Link)

S. Karumanchi, T. Allen, T. Bailey, S. Scheding,"Non-parametric Learning to Aid Path Planning Over Slopes," The International Journal of Robotics Research (IJRR), Vol 29(8), 2010, 997-1018. (Link)

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