Rodrigo

Rodrigo is a Ph.D Student at Universidad Nacional de Colombia with the Alife Group and now is visiting ITU as a Guest Researcher in the REAL group, he has a Master degree on Industrial Automation and his interests include Multi-Robot systems with emergent properties, Modular Robots, Evolution and Learning in Robots.

Right now he is working on evolving controllers for Chain type Modular Robots to make them capable of travelling through different environments:

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Publications:

  • R. Moreno, J. Gómez, “Central Pattern Generators and Hormone Inspired Messages: A Hybrid Control Strategy to Implement Motor Primitives on Chain Type Modular Reconfigurable Robots” En: China. 2011. Evento: International Conference on Robotics and Automation ICRA 2011 Ponencia:Central Pattern Generators and Hormone Inspired Messages: A Hybrid Control Strategy to Implement Motor Primitives on Chain Type Modular Reconfigurable Robots Libro:Proceedings Of Ieee International Conference On Robotics And Automation (Icra 2011)
  • R. Moreno, J. Gómez, “A Hybrid Control Strategy for a Chain type Modular Robot”. Proceedings of the ICRA Workshop on Modular Robots, State of the Art Ponencia:A Hybrid Control Strategy for a Chain type Modular Robot Libro:ICRA 2010 Workshop “Modular Robots: State of the Art”, , p.110 – 115, USA.
  • R. Moreno, J. Gómez, “Robotica Modular” Proceeding In Tisia’09: Tendencias En Ingeniería De Software E Inteligencia Artificial. ISBN: 978-958-44-5820-9 ed: Universidad Nacional De Colombia Sede Bogota , v. , p.235 – 243 3, 2009

 

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