ADAMS Lab, University at Buffalo

About ADAMS Lab, University at Buffalo

Fundamental areas of research in the ADAMS lab include:

Multi-Agent Systems: swarm intelligence for distributed search, transport, & optimization, decentralized cyber-physical systems.
Evolutionary–Neural–Developmental Algorithms: co-design of the physical and intelligence architecture of systems, embodied learning.
Metamodeling and Multi-fidelity Optimization: uncertainty analysis, automated selection, and adaptive refinement of metamodels, multi-objective-/MINLP with uncertainty.

Major areas of application include:

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
Swarm of Autonomous Ground Vehicles
Smart Wind Farms, Smart Buildings, Smart Wireless Networks for IoT
Metamaterials by Design (for Robotics/Energy Harvesting)


Psychologist Research Assistant

August 2018 Buffalo, NY
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