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Nathan Olsen receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Congratulations to Nathan Olsen B.S. ’20 for receiving the 2020 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. This fellowship will support Nathan during his Ph.D. studies. The focus of his project is to study/develop robotics-based algorithms for static/mobile sensor networks with application in agriculture and environmental monitoring.

The focus of the work is on estimation, motion planning, and control. His work will leverage the DARC Lab’s most recent progress led by former Ph.D. student Joseph R. Bourne in the area of autonomous chemical plume source localization and estimation using active perception.