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2014 GCER Papers & Program

The goal of the conference sessions is to provide an opportunity to share ideas on the topics listed below. We encourage original thinking on topics as detailed as technical innovations and as broad as ethics and robotics.

2014 Papers

You can download the 2014 GCER proceedings as a .zip file or individually below. The arrangement of papers is by session.

Best Practices in Robotics

Los Altos Community Teams

  Manan, Shah— Version Control and Successful Integration with Robot Code

  Steven, Knipe — Coding a solo iRobot Create (and making it sing)

Norman Advanced Robotics

  Greta, Fiedler — Prescribing the NAR

  Leoni, Schlupp — Prescribing the NAR

  Marty, Rand— Practical Applications of Botball Through Video Games

Team SNARC (Sooners / Norman Advanced Robotics Coalition)

  Jeremy, Rand — Enhancing Sensor Efficiency with Monte Carlo Subsampling

  Jeremy, Rand— Applicability of the Botball Double Elimination Skill Set to the Real World

Efficiency in Motion

Carnegie Mellon University

  Yousuf M., Soliman— Complex Robotic Planning Using Reinforcement Learning

PRIA All Stars

  Lisamarie, Schuster — Advanced Robot Positioning

  Long Johannes, Wang— Advanced Robot Positioning

Palm Desert High School

  Kyle, Okamoto— The Sensibility of Sensors

The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China

  Zhoaxing, Xue— Using Travelling Salesman Problem Algorithms to Plan the Most Time-efficient Route for Robots

Expanding Your Robotics Horizons

Desert Robotics

  Linda, Reynolds— Workshops with Little Equipment and One Computer - Tips and Hints

Optimization Primer

Bitstream Technology

  Dan, Harres— The Mathematics of Simple Ultrasonic 2-Dimensional Sensing

Episcopal School of Dallas

  Alexander, Eggers— ARTeMIS: An Autonomous Ar.Drone Project

  Renner, Brown — ARTeMIS: An Autonomous Ar.Drone Project

Los Altos Community Teams

  Manan, Shah— Version Control and Successful Integration with Robot Code

  Steven, Knipe — Coding a solo iRobot Create (and making it sing)

Team SNARC (Sooners / Norman Advanced Robotics Coalition)

  Jeremy, Rand — Enhancing Sensor Efficiency with Monte Carlo Subsampling

  Jeremy, Rand— Applicability of the Botball Double Elimination Skill Set to the Real World

Unlocking the Camera's Potential

AMAZeING Team

  Bruno, Tiefengraber — Opening OpenCV

  Clemens, Jung — Opening OpenCV

  Dr. Michael , Stifter — Opening OpenCV

  Markus, Hovorka — Opening OpenCV

  Patrick, Podest — Opening OpenCV

  Philipp, Lütge — Opening OpenCV

  Thomas, Langenau — Opening OpenCV

  Veronika, Schrenk— Opening OpenCV

Beijing Haidian Foreign Language ShiYan School

  Daiming, Yang— Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Jiahui, Ren — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Jianan, Kang — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Jing, Liu — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Jingwei, Feng — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Lifu, Gao — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Yin, Jin — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Zhaohan, Lu — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

  Zhifan, Wang — Combination of RGB Camera and Depth Sensor

Estancia Valley Classical Academy

  Daniel, Thiery— Making the Color Camera Effective