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Dr. J. Andrew (Drew) Bagnell is an Associate Research Professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute and National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC) and is cross-appointed with the Machine Learning Department. His research focuses on machine learning for automated decision making, machine perception, adaptive control, optimization and planning under uncertainty.

Some of Dr. Bagnell's key contributions include developing the first reinforcement learning algorithm for helicopter control, developing inverse optimal control methods for imitation learning in both field and legged robotics, and developing machine learning techniques for automated 2D/3D perception and control on programs ranging from manipulation to autonomous mining equipment.

Dr. Bagnell received a PhD in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University.

Projects
Long Distance Teleoperation (Avatar), ARM-S, Off-Road Autonomy (UPI), Vehicle Classifier, Autonomous Haulage System (AHS), Tartan Rescue, Strawberry Plant Sorter, Strawberry Blossom, Perception for LS3

Interests
Machine Learning; Image Processing; Motion Planning & Execution, 3D Range Sensing, Manipulation

For a more detailed description of research interests and papers see:
www.ri.cmu.edu/person.html?person_id=689
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