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An article entitled "Design and Development of a Backstepping Controller Autopilot for Fixed-wing UAVs" accepted for publication

An article entitled "Design and Development of a Backstepping Controller Autopilot for Fixed-wing UAVs" by Daniele Sartori, Dr. Fulvia Quagliotti, Dr. Kimon Valavanis and myself was accepted for publication in the AIAA Journal of Aircraft.

"Rating Players in Games with Real-Valued Outcomes" accepted as an Extended Abstract at AAMAS 2013.

A paper entitled "Rating Players in Games with Real-Valued Outcomes" by Christopher Archibald, Neil Burch, Michael Bowling and myself has been accepted for publication as an Extended Abstract in the Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2013).

An article entitled "UAV-borne X-band Radar for UAV Collision Avoidance" accepted for publication by Robotica

An article entitled "UAV-borne X-band Radar for UAV Collision Avoidance" by Allistair Moses, myself and Kimon Valavanis has been accepted for publication in the journal Robotica.

More information about Robotica can be found here: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ROB

"A Case for I/O Response Benchmarking of Microprocessors" accepted for publication at IECON 2012

An article entitled "A Case for I/O Response Benchmarking of Microprocessors" by Goncalo Martins, David Lacey, Allistair Moses, myself and Kimon Valavanis has been accepted for publication at the 38th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2012). Abstract follows:

"Towards Decentralized Waypoint Negotiation" to be presented at WoMP-2012: The First Workshop on MAPF

A short paper entitled "Towards Decentralized Waypoint Negotiation" authored by Ph.D. student Shawn Adams and myself will be presented at AAAI 2012 Workshop on Multi-Agent Pathfinding (WoMP-2012). The paper abstract is below:

"Improving Endurance of Autonomous Aerial Vehicles through Intelligent Service-Station Placement" accepted for ICRA 2012

A paper entitled "Improving Endurance of Autonomous Aerial Vehicles through
Intelligent Service-Station Placement" by Roy Godzdanker, myself, and Kimon Valavanis has been accepted for publication / presentation at
the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (http://www.icra2012.org/) in St. Paul, MN in May.

Roy Godzdanker successfully completes Ph.D. defense.

Roy Godzdanker successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation, entitled "AN INTEGRATED PLATFORM TO INCREASE THE RANGE/ENDURANCE OF UNMANNED HELICOPTERS." Abstract follows:

Paper entitled "Radar-Based Detection and Identification for Miniature Air Vehicles" accepted for publication at IEEE MSC 2011

A paper entitled "Radar-Based Detection and Identification for Miniature Air Vehicles" by Allistair Moses, myself, and Kimon Valavanis has been accepted for publication at the 2011 IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control (MSC 2011). The abstract follows:

It is claimed that Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
(UAVs) used for civilian/public domain applications will be dominant
in the near future. Compared to UAVs used by the military,
civilian UAVs are often operated by pilots without formal
training, and hence they require increased levels of autonomy

Roy Godzdanker to present "ISLANDS: A Self-Leveling Landing Platform for Autonomous Miniature UAVs" at AIM 2011.

Roy Godzdanker will be presenting a paper authored with myself and Kimon Valavanis at the upcoming IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM). The paper is entitled "ISLANDS: A Self-Leveling Landing Platform for Autonomous Miniature UAVs," the abstract is:

The Intelligent Self-Leveling and Nodal Docking
System (ISLANDS) is a mobile recharging/refueling station
designed and built to enhance endurance and range of smallscale,
autonomous, unmanned helicopters, which are becoming
increasingly popular for a wide range of non-military applications

Dr. Valavanis to present at the MED 2011 Workshop on Micro and Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Dr. Kimon Valavanis will present a talk entitled "A Miniature UAV Radar System" at the MED 2011 Workshop on Micro and Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Design, Sensor - Based Control and Applications, on June 20th, 2011 in Corfu, Greece.

This is work done by Allistair Moses, myself, Michail Konstitis and Dr. Valavanis.

Slides are attached.

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