Our lab (FAST) is continuously recruiting students (UG, PG) who:
- love robots and autonomous systems (so you can have fun in daily research)
- hardworking, or top smart (at least you should have one)
- don’t mind dirty hands (sometimes you have to deal with hardware)
PS. I extremely prefer students with experience in cutting-edge robotics design, competition, or research. Solid mathematical background and coding skills are also highly regarded here.
If you’re interested in joining us, please send your cv and a brief statement to me via firstname.lastname@example.org
1/3/2020 – We release the source code of the Alternating Minimization Based Trajectory Generation, which is a powerful tool for generating large-scale piecewise polynomial trajectories for aggressive autonomous flights, with superior computational efficiency. This method is capable of computing a spatial-temporal optimal trajectory with 60 pieces within 5ms, i.e., 150Hz at least.