Dr. Amy Tabb
2217 WILTSHIRE ROAD
Education and Degrees
2014 Ph.D. Purdue University, Electrical and Computer Engineering
2012 M.S. Purdue University, Electrical and Computer Engineering
2003 M.A Duke University, Music 2003
2001 B.A Sweet Briar College. Double major in Mathematics/Computer Science and Music.
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My research program concerns problems of computer vision and robotics in biological, agricultural, or field settings. At a basic level, my work is concerned with estimating the shape of objects and/or their location using sensors, to automate tasks. Current projects include robotic pruning of fruit trees, and automated structural phenotyping of fruit trees.
2017. Data and code from: Solving the Robot-World Hand-Eye(s) Calibration Problem with Iterative Methods
2015. Source code (in C/C++) to accompany our IROS 2015 paper on Robot-World, Hand-Eye Calibration