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Robotics & Intelligent Systems Laboratory



Current Student Members

Jane Lynnel Ladaban   (Email: janelynnelladaban@yahoo.com)

Jane Lynnel Ladaban is a senior student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. She has been in Dr. Li's research team since June 2017. She first worked on the Coordination of UAVs Project, and later shifted to Wearable Vision project. Jane interned in the Tech Operations Center at UBS in Summer 2018. Jane's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janelynnel/


Gene Nadela   (Email: gene.andrei.nadela@gmail.com)

Gene Nadela is a senior student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He successfully finished the Hetereomorphism Robotics Project with Dr. Li and is currently working on a computer vision for assisted living project. Gene is a transfer student from BMCC of CUNY.


David Oppong   (Email: david.oppong@mail.citytech.cuny.edu)


Terrence Cox   (Email: t.acox1@yahoo.com)


Leonardo Chiang  (Email: leocf356@gmail.com)



Galib F. Rahman   (Email: rahman.galib100@gmail.com)

Galib F. Rahman is a junior student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He is currently working on the Smart Sprinkler project with Dr. Li, by which he is a recipient of the CUNY Research Scholars Program scholarship. Galib was on the Dean's list for several semesters, and is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. See his openlab page at: openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/grahman-eportfolio


Philip Bertani  

Philip Bertani is a student in Department of Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He has extensive industrial experience in computer programming. He is currently working on the Interactive 3D Art Visulization project (a joint project with Dr. Li, Prof. Clarke, and Michael Jason Chin at City Tech EAT Lab).


Former Student Members

Mihir Shah   (Email:  shahmi@seas.upenn.edu

Mihir Shah was a graduate student from the Dept. of Electrical & Systems Engineering at University of Pennsylvania (UPenn). He finished his Master study at UPenn and was doing summer research intern with City Tech Robotics Lab. His project is Aerial ANS System. 


Anthony C. Colangeli (Email: colange@mit.edu)
Anthony Colangeli is a student from MIT who is majored in Mechanical Engineering. He just finished his freshman year at MIT and is doing summer research intern with City Tech Robotics Lab. His project is Programmable Diffeomorphism Robotics.


Jacky Yuan  (Email: jyuan@citytech.cuny.edu)

Jacky Yuan was a student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He has been working on the Wearable Vision Project with Dr. Li.


Tenzing Rabgyal   (Email: tenz99@hotmail.com)

Tenzing Rabgyal was a student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He has been working on the Aerial ANS Project with Dr. Li. Tenzing was a receipient of CUNY Undergraduate Research Scholar program and graduated with honor in January, 2017. He received offers to graduate programs from several top univiersities including University of Pennsylvania and New York University. He is currently pursuing his MS degree in Computer Engineering at NYU Tandon School of Engineering.

Victor Liang   (Email: vliang88@hotmail.com)

Victor Liang was a student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He was working on the Modular Quadrocopter for Distributed Coordination Project with Dr. Li. Victor was on Dean's List for multiple semesters and was a receipient of City Tech NSF-STEM Scholarship. He is currently a graduate student pursuing his MS degree in Computer Engineering at NYIT.


Jean Delgado   (Email: jcdelgado126@gmail.com)

Jean Delgado was student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He was working with another student on the Aerial ANS Project under Dr. Li's guidance.

 

Daniel Huljev (Email: danielhuljev@gmail.com)

Daniel Huljev was a student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech. He worked on the Quadrocopter project and took charge of the program development for the rotor control. He is currently a field engieer at Newfield Wireless Inc.


George Perez  (Email: gperez@citytech.cuny.edu)

George Perez is a veteran and  was working on the Quadrocopter project. He took main charge of the driver circuit and filter circuit design in the project. He was a student majored in Computer Engingeering Technology at City Tech.


Ivan Gonzalez  (Email: ivanusany@hotmail.com)

Ivan Gonzalez was a student in the City Tech CET Dept. He assisted Dr. Li on several projects at City Tech Robotics Lab. Currently he is a graduate student at Brooklyn College/CUNY pursuing his MS degree in Computer Science. He worked multiple internship positions in computer programming in NYC HRA and NYC Dept of Probation IT departments.


David Leonard 

David was an undergraduate student from the Dept. of Computer and Electrical Engineering at City College of New York/CUNY. David Leonard worked on the motor tracking control of the Quadrocopter project guided by Dr. Li.


Carlos A. Renoj Paxtor

Carlos Paxtor worked with Dr. Wang on a project to develop a 3D LED Cube Display. Carlos was an undergraduate student from the Dept. of Computer and Electrical Engineering at City College of New York.

 

Announcements

Three Research Assistance Scholarships are Available for Immediate Application

1. CUNY Undergraduate Research Program, $5,000 for conducting research project for one year.

2. City Tech Baccalaureate Student Research Program offers $2,500 to students for conducting research project

3. City Tech Emerging Scholar, $500 for conducting research project for one semester.

For further detail on the scholarships and how to apply, please contact Dr. Li (xhli@citytech.cuny.edu) immediately!


Opennings for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

City Tech Robotics Lab has multiple Research Assistant opennings for students with  strong motivation, solid academic  background and relevant skills, who are willing to conduct research project in the fields of computer, electrical, software and mechanical engineering.  Interested candidates are encouraged to search the listed projects and contact the corresponding faculty members for further information. Compensation or financial aid will be offered for qualified candidates.

Students from any other CUNY campus who are majored in electrical and computer engieering, computer science, or information systems are also welcome to apply.

 

Work-Study Opportuiniteis for City Tech Undergraduate Students

City Tech Robotics Lab offers Work-Study opportuinites to City Tech undergraduate students for joining the research projects guided by City Tech Robotics Lab faculty members through the semesters and summers. Anyone who is interested, please contact the director of City Tech Robotics Lab, Dr. Li (xhli@citytech.cuny.edu), for detailed application information.

 

 

 


Last Update:  Oct. 5, 2018
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