I will teach a grad-level course on Bio-Inspired Coordination of Multi-Agent Systems in the fall of 2016 (TR 1:25-2:40pm, Phillips 213). Students from all fields of engineering and biology are encouraged to join. The course will involve paper reading and discussions, as well as independent research projects on the topics of distributed control, robot collectives, and social insects. Please find more information here.
The class is limited to 15 students, due to the discussion nature of the class and supervision of final projects. Preference will be given to graduate students, however I will also try to maintain a diversity of student backgrounds in the class. Please make sure to come to the first class, and fill out the online enrollment application by midnight August 23rd.
On August 25th everyone will submit a ranked list of papers they would like to present. (Everyone has to lead one class discussion). Please find the sign-up sheet here.