I belong to the Instituto de Investigación en Ingeniería de Aragón (I3A) and I am a member of the Robotics, Perception and Real Time Group at the Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain. Within this group, I have been involved in several research projects:
- Flexible multi-robot systems for coverage and transport (FROSCAT)
- Collaborative Robotic Mobile Manipulation of Deformable Objects in Industrial Applications (COMMANDIA)
- DIstributed Vision and robot COordination for Remote Exploration (DIVCORE)
- TEams of robots for LOgistics, MAintenance and eNvironment monitoring (TELOMAN)
- TEams of robots for Service and Security missiOns (TESSEO)
- Networked mobile robots for service and intervention tasks (NERO)
My research interests include multi-robot perception, map merging, and distributed consensus in robotic networks. I performed my PhD thesis on these topics at the Universidad de Zaragoza, Department of Comptuer Science and Systems Engineering, supervised by Prof. Carlos Sagues:
- Distributed Algorithms on Robotic Networks for Coordination in Perception Tasks by Rosario Aragues. Defense date: March 2012. Director: Carlos Sagues. Universidad de Zaragoza, Department of Comptuer Science and Systems Engineering (link) (full text)
I have been a visiting student in several universities and institutions:
- University of California San Diego, USA (Spring 2008 & Spring 2009), under the supervision of Prof. Jorge Cortes.
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy (Spring 2010), under the supervision of Prof. Giuseppe Calafiore.
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (Spring 2011), under the supervision of Prof. Dimos V. Dimarogonas, Prof. Guodong Shi, and Prof. Karl Henrik Johansson.