His dissertation entitled “Design of multi-agent robotic infrastructures for the exploration of complex and non-structured environments” explores the fundamental development of autonomous vehicles for missions in critical environments, addressing the complexity of navigating loosely structured and dynamic scenarios. It introduces an innovative multi-agent system (MAS) based infrastructure that leverages formal models to express diverse aspects of robot and multi-robot systems, providing a middleware to interpret these models and manage the entire multi-robot system.
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She defended her thesis entitled “Design of SLAM strategies and technologies in structured and complex environments” in March 2018, regarding aa flexible visual SLAM framework for robotic systems in complex environments, employing sensor fusion and 3D imaging for accurate mapping. The framework’s adaptability was validated in real-world scenarios, including industrial processes and underwater applications, showcasing its versatility across different robotic systems.
He defended his doctoral thesis entitled “A Structural Geometric Approach to the Model Matching Problem for Max-Plus Linear Systems” in March 2023. His research activity is focused on the design of mechatronic structures and software algorithms for innovative underwater devices.
He defended his thesis entitled “How students solve problems during Educational Robotics activities: identification and real-time measurement of problem-solving patterns” in March 2020. His main research interest was the use of mechatronic tools for application in educational robotics.
Her research focuses on the study and modelling of student learning during educational robotics activities. She defended his doctoral thesis entitled “Study, evaluation and identification of educational robotics experiences at school” in March 2020.
His PhD thesis focused on the study, design and implementation of data collection systems in structured and complex environments. He defended his thesis entitled “Intelligent Systems for the Exploration of Structured and Complex Environments” in March 2019.
Graduated in Computer Engineering and Automation bachelor’s degree at UNIVPM in Ancona, with the experimental thesis “Methods and technologies for dolphin detection in fishing environment”. The relative internship has been made at the laboratory “LabMACS” with the goal to analyze acoustic events made by dolphins, using computer vision and deep learning techniques. He is particularly interested in robotics, artificial intelligence and research to develop smart solutions for various problems.
Graduated in Computer Engineering and Automation, he collaborated with LabMACS for the three-year thesis on the development of a calibration system for low-hydrophonescost, acquiring knowledge and skills in the field of program development and construction of hardware components for acoustic systems. Eric has always been passionate and attracted by the ability to work on Robotics and Iot.
Recently graduated in Electronic Engineering at UNIVPM with a thesis entitled “Design and implementation of robotics kits for introducing educational activities”, during his thesis Manuele interacts with ANcybernetics, the academic spin-off related to LabMACS.
In his thesis, Manuele focuses on the study and development of educational kits to realize interactive learning.
Giacomo is graduated in Electronic Engineering at Università Politecnica delle Marche.
He did his internship at LabMACS, producing a thesis that explore the software impact in the field of educational robotics entitled “Design and implementation of edutainment platforms for robotics and environment awareness literature”.