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Active Robotic Sensing (ARoS) Laboratory

The lab focuses on the development of tools for the fields of pattern recognition, estimation theory, and statistical and topological data analysis in order to solve problems in the areas of wearable health and environmental monitoring, robotics and computer vision.

In the News: Teaching Robots to Identify Microscopic Fossils

Research can make for strange partnerships. Edgar Lobaton is an electrical and computer engineering researcher at NC State University who specializes in robotics, sensors and computer vision…...
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Paper Accepted to EMBC

The paper “Comparing Wearable Devices with Wet and Textile Electrodes for Activity Recognition” authored by N. Lokare, L. Gonzalez and Dr. Lobaton has been accepted to the 38th Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC) 2016.
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In the News: Improving Segmentation

Paper on “Consensus-Based Image Segmentation via Topological Persistence” was accepted to the DIFF-CVML Workshop at CVPR 2016.

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NSF EAGER Award Received for Collaborative Work in Paleoceanography

Dr. Lobaton has received an NSF EAGER award for an interdisciplinary collaborative project in paleoceanography. The project starts on August of 2016.

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Summer 2016 Experimental Season

Summer 2016 Experimental Season at the Lab is Coming up! If you are interested in participating please fill out the following form:
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