to Soonhac Hong for wining Best Student Paper Finalist Award at 2014 IEEE
International Conference on Network, Sensing and Control.
to Xiangfei Qian for his paper accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions
on Cybernetics. (3/16/2014)
to Xiangfei Qian for his paper accepted for oral presentation at 2014 IEEE
International Conference on Robotics and Automation (May 31-June 7, 2014,
to Soonhac Hong for his paper accepted for oral presentation at 2014 IEEE
International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control (April 7-9,
2014, Miami, FL).
Ye gave a spotlight talk at the first National Robotics Initiative PI
Meeting (Oct 1-2, 2013. Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, VA).
Dr. Ye received $370,798 from
the National Institutes of Health to develop a co-robotic cane for the
visually impaired: The
National Institutes of Health funded three research projects, through the
National Robotics Initiative Program, to develop innovative co-robots that
enhance mobility for individuals with visual and physical impairments. Dr.
Ye's project is one of the three that got funded. The National Institute
of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering and National Eye Institute are the
co-sponsors of the project.
Dr. Ye received research grant from
awarded $750,000 to Dr. Cang Ye's research team to investigate robot
navigation methods based on a Flash LIDAR camera.
Dr. Ye received research grant from the National Science Foundation:
National Science Foundation awarded $320,389 research grant to Dr. Cang Ye
to develop computer vision methods that may enable portable blind
navigational devices to guide people with visual impairment.
Dr. Ye and his students won the Toshio Fukuda Best Paper Award in Mechatronics
at 2010 IEEE International
Conference on Mechatronics and Automation.