Recent News/Activities

  • Jixuan's work on Designing Human-Robot Coexistence Space is accepted to RAL and will be presented at IROS 2021 (June 2021)
  • Jixuan is awarded with 2021-22 GMU Doctoral Research Scholarship (May 2021)
  • Three papers to be presented at ICRA 2021
  • Sahra Yusuf is awarded an URSP Project for Spring 2021
  • Yue Hao received the Dissertation Completion Grant, Nov 2020
  • Show case computational origami at Youth STEM Day, March 2019
  • Robotics and Origami, Girl Scout STEM event, April 2018
  • Show case computational origami at USA Science & Engineering Festival, April 2018
  • Show case computational origami at NoVa Maker Faire, March 2018
  • Show case computational origami at Youth STEM Day, March 2018
  • Integrating paper craft in classroom teaching, 4~6 graders, Seoul Hancheon Elementary School in Seoul, South Korea, 2017
  • Presenting computational origami at the "Take Your Child to Work" in the Missile Defense Agency, 2017

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The George Mason University Motion and Shape Computing (MASC) Group's research goal is to develop efficient algorithms for representing, manipulating and analyzing massive geometric data of shape and motion. The MASC group is affiliated with the GMU Autonomous Robotics Laboratory.

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simple shepherding behavior simulation
Behavior-Based Motion Planning for Group Control



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