Azarakhsh Keipour

Ph.D. Student

Azarakhsh is a 4th year Ph.D. student working on control for autonomous aerial robots. Currently, his focus is on developing methods for fully-actuated UAVs to have physical interaction with the world and to manipulate the environment. His past projects in the AirLab include autonomous UAV landing on moving platforms, trajectory planning in wind and autonomous real-time anomaly detection in fixed-wing robots.

Related project pages:

AirLab Failure and Anomaly (ALFA) Dataset

Real-time Fault Detection for Autonomous Aerial Vehicles

Fully-Actuated UAVs: Control, Analysis and Applications

Autonomous UAV Landing on a Moving Vehicle and Real-Time Ellipse Detection

Other resources:

AirLab Summer School - Modeling and Control