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Purdue CS researchers present three papers at ICRA


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This year, Purdue CS faculty presented three papers at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).


Held in London from May 29 to June 2, the ICRA is largest and most prestigious event of the year in the robotics and automation calendar and will bring together the world's top academics, researchers, and industry representatives.


Purdue CS Papers at ICRA 2023 


AZTR: Aerial video action recognition with auto zoom and temporal reasoning 

Xijun Wang, Ruiqi Xian, Tianrui Guan, Celso M de Melo, Stephen M Nogar, Dinesh Manocha, Aniket Bera


EWareNet: Emotion aware human intent prediction and adaptive spatial profile fusion for social robot navigation 

Venkatraman Narayanan, Bala Murali Manoghar, Rama Prashanth RV, Aniket Bera


CoGrasp: 6-DoF Grasp Generation for Human-Robot Collaboration

Abhinav K. Keshari, Hanwen Ren, and Ahmed H. Qureshi 



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