As robots become more common in the home and workplace, collaboration within human-robot and robot-robot teams is becoming increasingly important. In this project, multi-agent collaboration was modeled using humanoid NAO robots. One possible application area of this problem setting is Autism intervention, where Robot A models a child receiving intervention and Robot B models a robot providing scaffolding to the child. Students design, implement, and test controllers for the behaviors of each robot agent.
Team Members: Jacob Strother, Seth Cummings, Stephen Lamczyk and Zephaniah Amonoo-Harrison
Advisor: Dr. Khan Iftekharuddin