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Modelling, Development and Control of Multi-Robot Systems

About the Research

Our goal is to develop new methodologies to control the behaviour of networked robotic systems


Related Papers

  • J. G. Romero, D. Navarro-Alarcon, E. Nuno, and H. Que. A Globally Convergent Adaptive Velocity Observer for Nonholonomic Mobile Robots Affected by Unknown Disturbances, IEEE Control Systems Letters (L-CSS), 2022 [pdf]

  • L. Labazanova, S. Peng, L. Qiu, H.-Y. Lee, T. Nanayakkara, and D. Navarro-Alarcon. Self-Reconfigurable Soft-Rigid Mobile Agent with Variable Stiffness and Adaptive Morphology. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L), 2023 [pdf]

  • H.-Y. Lee, P. Zhou, B. Zhang, L. Qiu, A. Duan, J. Tang, T. L. Lam, and D. Navarro-Alarcon. A Distributed Dynamic Framework to Allocate Collaborative Tasks Based on Capability Matching in Heterogeneous Multi-Robot Systems. (preprint) [pdf]

  • B. Zhang, H. Zhi, J. G. Romero, L. Labazanova, A. Duan, X. Li, and D. Navarro-Alarcon. Fourier-Based Multi-Agent Formation Control to Track Evolving Closed Boundaries. (preprint) [pdf]

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