My husband took this image in front of one of my flower gardens. From left to right: Helianthus salicifolius (Willowleaf Sunflower), Lagerstroemia (Crepe Myrtle), Monarda (Bee Balm), and Helianthus giganteus (Giant Pale Yellow Sunflower) cultivar ‘Sheila’s Sunshine’, or Helianthus angustifolius (Swamp Sunflower) cultivar ‘Matanzas Creek’, or some offspring of those two sunflower cultivars. I will not identify the weed!
September 2020. Mitchell Feldmann, frequent collaborator and co-author, received his PhD in Plant Sciences from University of California-Davis!
August 2020. A collaboration with entomologists was published in Environmental Entomology.
July 2020. I gave an invited (virtual) talk at EECVC (Eastern European Computer Vision Confernce). Online now.
July 2020. A collaboration with NIH is available as a TPAMI preprint.
April 2020. Congratulations to Mitchell Feldmann, for his first-authored journal paper in GigaScience!
March 2020. I’m an organizer for the virtual RSS 2020 workshop, Robots in the Wild: Challenges in Deploying Robust Autonomy for Robotic Exploration.
February 2020. I gave a talk at the International Fruit Tree Association 2020 Annual Meeting.
January 2020. I gave two invited talks at the Plant and Animal Genome 2020 conference.
November 2019. I was elevated to Senior Member grade within the IEEE organization.
September 2019. I gave a talk at E&J Gallo in Modesto, California, and learned a lot about winegrape production.
May 2019. I joined the Technical Committee for the Robotics: Science and Systems 2019 conference workshop Robots in the Wild: Challenges in Deploying Robust Autonomy for Robotic Exploration. The website now includes all of the papers from the workshop.
February 2019. The paper where I simulated ship movement for insects with a robot has been published – my first paper in an Entomology journal, part of Laura Nixon’s PhD research.
February 2019. I will give an invited talk at Phenome 2019, on Thursday February 7.
January 2019. I was elected to the Executive Board of the North American Plant Phenotyping Network (NAPPN), for 2020-2022.
January 2019. Our paper was accepted to ICRA 2019!
January 2019. Philipe Dias’ work on a publicly-available tool for annotating image datasets was presented at WACV 2019. Both he, and co-author Zhou Shen are from frequent collaborator Henry Medeiros’ lab, COVISS. Check out the paper and code here.
September 2018. I started a co-chair role (with four other co-chairs) of the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Agricultural Robotics and Automation. We now have a Twitter account (@AgRoboticsTC), which I manage. Want to know more about the TC or join? Let me know!
September 2018. I am an associate editor for ICRA 2019.
September 2018. I gave talks at the University of Minnesota (Computer Science and Engineering) and Michigan State University (Horticulture).
July 2018. I joined the program committee of the IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing.
June 2018. PhD student Philipe Dias’ work on fruit tree flower detection was accepted in a special issue of IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, with an IROS 2018 presentation in Madrid upcoming. Philipe is in Henry’s Medeiros’ lab, COVISS. Paper and dataset here.
May 2018. I was interviewed by the Peggy Smedley show concerning automation in specialty crops, listen here.
May 2018. I gave an invited talk at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
February 2018. I joined the program committee of Phenome 2019. Upcoming Phenome 2019.
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