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This month the Advanced Telerobotics Research laboratory traveled to Tokyo, Japan to demonstrated the first iteration of their humanoid telepresence robot, Telebot2, at the World Robot Summit. This iteration of the robot was designed to tackle Plant Disaster and Prevention tasks similar to those required during the unfortunate Fukushima disaster event. The team of 20 researchers was led by Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim and Irvin Cardenas. The team competed in the summit's...

During the week of January 29th, Professor YoungJin Jung, from the Department of Radiological Science at Division of Health Science at Dongseo University in Busan, Republic of Korea, joined the ATR lab and the Computer Science Department here at Kent State to share his research. As a part of the department wide, Computer Science Research day on February 2nd, Professor Jung gave a presentation on his current work: [qodef_blockquote text="“Bio Signals...

Over the final weekend of January, 2018, three members of the lab, Irvin Cardenas, Do Yeon Kim, and Brian Selle, joined with two fellow Kent State University students who are pursuing their PhDs in Computer Science, Deepshikha Bhati and Aditi Singh. The competition featured teams of 1 to 4 participants, every teams goal was to build or improve on technology in the fashion sector within 36 hours. The team set to work...

Welcome to Spring 2018   Spring 2018 is here and it brings another exciting semester for the Advanced Telerobotics Laboratory. One of the most exciting updates in the lab this semester is the addition of a new post undergraduate student. As the lab continues to grow, we look forward to the Fashion/Tech Hackathon at the end of January. The hackathon is hosted by the fashion school here at Kent State. We hope to field...

ATR Lab CSCI 2017 Report [caption id="attachment_13004" align="aligncenter" width="225"] The front page of the booklet for the CSCI conference.[/caption] The Business  On December 16th a team from the lab, consisting of Michael Lovell, Nick Letdara, Akhil Koothal, Brian Selle, and Christian Collier, left from the university and traveled to Las Vegas for the 2017 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence. The conference ran from December 14-16 and featured those from all walks...

Advanced Tele-Robotics Laboratory in Kent State University Jong-Hoon Kim, Ph.D Assistant Professor and Director of ATR Lab Department of Computer Science Kent State University   Program Summary The Research Experience for International Undergraduates (REIU) program at Kent State University supports active research participation with cutting edge technology by undergraduate students in the Tele-Robotics areas of research. REIU program involves students in meaningful ways in ongoing research projects at Advanced Tele-Robotics (ATR) Laboratory in Kent State University. Undergraduate students...