Isaac Yochelson

Profile

I am working on hardware integration for robotic motion planning. My goal is to have closed loop perception using one or more RGBD sensors integrated into motion planning for a Baxter Research Robot.


I am a certified private pilot. In the future would like the opportunity to work on motion planning software for autonomous air vehicles. I enjoy writing science fiction, playing the guitar, and video games.


Webcam detects a red object
Electric signals fire from a Raspberry Pi
Robot fires NERF dart gun



Background

I graduated from Rutgers University in May 2014, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.

Related Courses

CS 431: Software Engineering
CS 440: Artificial Intelligence
Math 428: Graph Theory

Other Projects

Ten Pin 3D
a bowling simulation using the java3d library


bittorrent client implemented in java


PWM LED Controller
implemented in assembly for a Microchip PIC 16F690


I maintain a repository of my work at github.

Publications

Zhao, M., R. Shome, I. Yochelson, KE Bekris, and E. Kowler. 2014. An Experimental Study For Identifying Features Of Legible Manipulator Paths. In International Symposium on Experimental Robotics (ISER), Marrakech/Essaouira, Morocco.


Distinctions

Nicholas Novielli memorial scholarship recipient 2014
Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences Deans List: Fall 2012, Spring and Fall 2013, Spring 2014
Member of Tau Sigma
Member of Alpha Sigma Lambda

Contact Information

isaac.yochelson@rutgers.edu