About Us



We work on active and bio-inspired perception and we test our theories by developing implementations in robotic systems, specifically autonomous drones and humanoid robots. In this way, we need to develop an integration of perception, with control, planning, reasoning and language in new cognitive architectures. A long term goal in the lab is the understanding of human activity. This led to the development of grammars for action which opened a new way for imitation learning in robotics, where learning happens at the level of the sub-goals in the action and not only at the level of the movement.





Current Members











Yiannis Aloimonos
Professor








Cornelia Fermuller
Research Scientist








Behzad Sadrfaridpour
Postdoctoral Fellow








Michael Maynord
Ph.D. Student








Konstantinos Zampogiannis
Ph.D. Student








Chengxi Ye
Ph.D. Student








Chinmaya Devaraj
Ph.D. Student








Matthew Evanusa
Ph.D. Student








Nitin J. Sanket
Ph.D. Student








Anton Mitrokhin
Ph.D. Student








Snehesh Shrestha
Ph.D. Student








Kanishka Ganguly
Ph.D. Student








Chethan Parameshwara
Ph.D. Student








Jack Rasiel
Ph.D. Student








Chahat Deep Singh
PH.D. Student








Xiaomin Lin
PH.D. Student








Abhishek Kathpal
Masters Student








Akash Guha
Masters Student








Rohith Jayarajan
Masters Student








Prateek Arora
Masters Student








Kartik Madhira
Masters Student

Alumni can be found here.


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 info[at]prg.cs.umd.edu