Our People

Project Members

The Purdue SMART Lab members listed below are carrying out this project, and our team always welcomes new members. Particularly, undergraduate women, minorities, underrepresented students are highly welcomed! If you are interested in joining the team, please contact Dr. Byung-Cheol Min.

Min

 

Byung-Cheol Min

Principal Investigator
Associate Professor and University Faculty Scholar, CIT

 

Multi-robot systems, sensor networks, human-robot interaction, field robotics, and assistive robotics

afsari

 

Wonse Jo

PhD Student, CIT

 

Human-robot interaction, environmental robotics, assistive robotics, and education robots

benes

 

Shyam Sundar Kanna

PhD Student, CIT

 

Heterogeneous Systems,
Learning for Autonomous Navigation, and Localization in GPS-denied environment

benes

 

Go-Eum Cha

PhD Student,  CIT

 

Human-Robot Interaction (HRI),
Computer Vision, and Deep Learning

Jaeeun Kim

 

Jaeeun Kim

Undergrad Student,  RET

 

Human-robot interaction, swarm intelligence, and intuitive user interface

Collaborators

(Only partially listed)

  • Dr. Robert ProctorDistinguished Professor, Psychological Sciences, Purdue University
  • Dr. Daniel Foti, Associate Professor, Psychological Sciences and Neuroscience, Purdue University
  • Dr. Seokcheon Lee, Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering, Purdue University
  • Scott BessHead, Purdue Polytechnic High School
  • James Basinger, Deputy Commissioner of Operations, Indiana Department of Correction

Alumni

  • Dr. Tamzidul Mina,  became an alumni in December 2020, and is now working as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Sandia National Labs.
  • Dr. Ahreum Lee,  became an alumni in May 2020, and is now working as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Eastern Finland, Finland.
  • Dr. Shaocheng Luo graduated in May 2020, and is now working as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Alberta, Canada.
  • Yuta Hoashi graduated in May 2020, and is now pursuing his MS at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
  • Walter Kruger became an alumni in March 2020, and is now working at GE and also pursuing his MS degree at the University of Michigan.