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Geoffrey Hollinger

Geoffrey A. Hollinger
Assistant Professor, Robotics
School of Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Oregon State University
Curriculum Vitae
Research Statement

geoff.hollinger@oregonstate.edu

Office: Dearborn 216
Office phone: 541-737-5906

*Please read the bottom of the page (do NOT call) if you are student looking for a position in the lab.

Students

Thane Somers
PhD Student
Robotics
somersth@onid.oregonstate.edu

  Austin Nicolai
PhD Student
(co-advisor: Bill Smart)
Robotics
nicolaia@onid.orst.edu

Jeff Caley
PhD Student
Robotics
caleyj@onid.oregonstate.edu

  Mohsen Ebrahimi
PhD Student
(co-advisor: Kagan Tumer)
Mechanical Engineering
ebrahimm@onid.oregonstate.edu

Yawei Zhang
MS Student
Robotics
zhanyawe@onid.oregonstate.edu

 

Ryan Skeele
MS Student
Robotics
skeeler@onid.oregonstate.edu 

Daniel Fernandez
MS Student
Mechanical Engineering
fernanda@onid.oregonstate.edu

  Kyle Cesare
BS Student
Computer Science
cesarek@onid.oregonstate.edu 

Soo-Hyun Yoo
BS Student
Computer Science
yoos@onid.oregonstate.edu

Brandon Lee
BS Student
Computer Science
leebran@onid.oregonstate.edu

Alumni and Past Members

Atil Iscen
PhD, Graduated 2014
(co-advisor: Kagan Tumer)
CS/MechE
iscena@onid.oregonstate.edu

Andrew Stuntz
Visiting Undergraduate Student
Fort Lewis College
abstuntz@fortlewis.edu

Jan Faigl
Visiting Assistant Professor
Czech Technical University in Prague
faiglj@fel.cvut.cz
http://agents.fel.cvut.cz/~faigl/

   

Join us

The lab is currently recruiting students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. You may e-mail the director if you have experience in robotic systems and are interested in working in the Robotic Decision Making Laboratory. Before e-mailing, take a look at the research page and identify areas of overlap based on your skills and interests. Also be sure to read the information below (adapted from Prof. Cindy Grimm's page):

  1. If you're considering the graduate program in Robotics or Mechanical Engineering, please apply to the appropriate program. We will not respond to "is there space in your group?" e-mails. Dr. Hollinger can't admit students directly, so don't ask. Every potential student must go through the same formal application procedure. Dr. Hollinger will ignore letters about admissions and assistantships. If the lab is looking for new graduate students and you've applied AND listed Dr. Hollinger as a potential advisor, then we'll find you.
  2. If you're a prospective graduate student and your research interests seriously overlap with ours, then send Dr. Hollinger an e-mail briefly telling us about yourself and what you're interested in doing, so that we know to be on the lookout for your application packet when it arrives. Letters with full CVs that don't mention specific research issues will be ignored.
  3. If you're currently a graduate student at Oregon State and you're interested in talking about working with us, send Dr. Hollinger a brief e-mail, and we can take it from there.

Note that the Robotic Decision Making Laboratory is primarily located in the School of Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (MIME). If you are interested in joining us as an MS or PhD student, you should apply to the Robotics or Mechanical Engineering degree programs. 

Multiple postdoctoral positions are available in the Robotics group at Oregon State University. More information on the positions and information on how to apply can be found here: postdoc openings.