A. LaViers and M. Egerstedt (Eds.). Controls and Art: Inquires that Intersect the Subjective and the Objective, Springer. 2014.
Chapters in Books
LaViers, A., Programmed Improvisation Inspired From Autonomous Humanoids. Handbook on Improvisation in Dance. Vida Midgelow (Ed.) Oxford University Press. (Accepted)
LaViers, A., Y. Sheng, J. Heddy, A. Bashiri, and L. Bai. Abstractions for Design-by-Humans of Heterogeneous Autonomous Behaviors. Dance Notations and Robot Motion Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics (STAR). 2016.
LaViers, A., L. Teague, and M. Egerstedt. Style-based Robotic Motion in Contemporary Dance Performance. Controls and Art: Inquires that Intersect the Subjective and the Objective. A. LaViers and M. Egerstedt (Eds.) Springer. 2014.
Selected Articles in Journals
LaViers, A., C. Cuan, C. Maguire, K. Bradley, K. Brooks Mata, A. Nilles, I. Vidrin, N. Chakraborty, M. Heimerdinger, U. Huzaifa, R. McNish, I. Pakrasi, and A. Zurawski, "Choreographic and Somatic Approaches for the Development of Expressive Robotic Systems," Arts MDPI (Special Issue on Machine as Artist for the 21st Century). 2018. (To appear)
LaViers, A., Y. Chen, C. Belta, and M. Egerstedt, "Automatic Sequencing of Ballet Poses: A Formal Approach to Phrase Generation IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine," pp. 87-95 Sept. 2011.
Articles in Conference Proceedings
Cuan, C., I. Pakrasi., and A. LaViers, "Time to Compile: An Interactive Art Installation", Intersections: 16th Biennial Symposium. The Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology. 2018.
Heimerdinger, M., A. LaViers, "Influence of Environmental Context on Recognition Rates of Stylized Walking Sequences", International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR), 272-282. 2017.
Dahl, L., J. Bellona, L. Bai, A. LaViers, "Data-driven design of sound for enhancing the perception of expressive robotic movement", Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Movement Computing (MOCO). 2017.
Huzaifa, U. and A. LaViers, "Control design for planar model of a core-located actuation walker," 6th IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob). 2016.
Huzaifa, U., C. Bernier, Z. Calhoun, G. Heddy, C. Kohout, B. Libowitz, A. Moenning, J. Ye, C. Maguire, A. LaViers, "Embodied movement strategies for development of a core-located actuation walker," 6th IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob). 2016. (Best Poster Finalist)
Heddy, G., U. Huzaifa, P. Beling, Y. Haimes, J. Marvel, B. Weiss, and A. LaViers, "Linear Temporal Logic (LTL) Based Monitoring of Smart Manufacturing Systems," Annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society. 2015.
Choo, B.Y., P.A. Beling, A.E. LaViers, J.A. Marvel, and B.A. Weiss, "Adaptive Multi-scale PHM for Robotic Assembly Processes," Annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society. 2015.
Malinowski, M.L., P.A. Beling, Y.Y. Haimes, A. LaViers, J.A. Marvel, and B.A. Weiss, "System Interdependency Modeling in the Design of Prognostic and Health Management Systems in Smart Manufacturing," Annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) Society. 2015.
Huber, S., J. McAuliff, K. Monson, T. O'Brien, J. Valdez, and A. LaViers, "Exploration of Robotic System Design in Improving the Patient Experience in Physical Therapy Sessions At the UVA Childrens Hospital," Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), May 2015.
Bobadilla, L., T. T. Johnson, A. LaViers, and U. Huzaifa, "Verified Planar Formation Control Algorithms by Composition of Primitives," AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GNC) Conference, AIAA Science and Technology Forum (SciTech). 2015.
Sheng, Y. and A. LaViers, "Style-based Segmentation of Human Motion," IEEE International Conference on Systems Man and Cybernetics, San Diego, CA. Oct. 2014.
Green, K., A. Panchang, H. Meng, E. D'Agostini, R. Bates, R. Bailey, and A. LaViers, "Fluid handling and environmental management for automated 3-D cell culturing," Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), May 2014.
LaViers, A. and M. Egerstedt, "Style-based Abstractions for Human Motion Classification," ACM/IEEE Fifth International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems. Berlin, GER, Apr. 2014.
LaViers, A. and M. Egerstedt, "Style-based Robotic Motion," American Control Conference. Montreal, CAN. 2012.
LaViers, A. and M. Egerstedt, "The Ballet Automaton: A Formal Model for Human Motion," American Control Conference, San Francisco, CA, Jun. 2011.
LaViers, A., Y. Chen, C. Belta, and M. Egerstedt, "A Formal Approach to the Automatic Generation of Balletic Motions," ACM/IEEE Second International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, Chicago, IL, Apr. 2011.
LaViers, A., A. Rahmani, and M. Egerstedt. "Dynamic Spectral Clustering," Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Budapest, Hungary, July 2010.
LaViers, A., "TA-ing for Trolls: A Surprising Contrast Between MOOCs and Traditional, Brick and Mortar Classrooms," Educational Corner. ASME Dynamic Systems & Control Division (DSCD) Newsletter. Fall 2013.
List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, Outstanding Distinction, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (May 2017)
CETL/BP Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award Finalist, Georgia Institute of Technology (May 2013)
ECE Graduate Teaching Excellence Award, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (May 2013)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Director's Fellowship (October 2017)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Young Faculty Award (YFA) (October 2015)
Calvin Dodd MacCracken Senior Thesis Prize, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Princeton University (June 2009)
Lyman Page Dance Award, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University (June 2009)
Morgan Mckenzie Senior Thesis Prize, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University (June 2009)
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