Ken Goldberg, CV
William S. Floyd Jr. Distinguished Chair in Engineering, UC Berkeley

Employment | Education | Students and Visitors | Awards and Fellowships | Keynotes and Featured Presentations | Professional Activities | Journal Papers | Conference and Symposium Papers | Books and Book Chapters | Patents | Artwork | Selected Art Reviews | Invited Talks | Online Publications

Research Interests

Robotics. Automation. AI. Deep Learning. Cloud Robotics. Algorithms for Feeding, Fixturing, Grasping, and Assembly in Manufacturing and Surgery. Algorithmic Automation. Social Information Filtering. New Media. Art. Summary of Research Contributions.

Employment

  • 2017-present. Department Chair. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (IEOR), UC Berkeley
  • 2002-present. Professor. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (IEOR), College of Engineering, with secondary appointments in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS, since 2001), School of Information (since 2009), and Art Practice (since 2012) at the University of California at Berkeley.
  • 2011-present. Professor of Radiation Oncology, The University of California at San Francisco.
  • 2015-present. Director, CITRIS People and Robots Initiative. UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, and UC Merced.
  • 2011-2015. Faculty Director, CITRIS Data and Democracy Initiative.
  • 2009-2014. craigslist Distinguished Chair in New Media, The University of California at Berkeley.
  • 2007-2010. Director, Berkeley Center for New Media.
  • 1995-present. Director, Berkeley Automation Sciences Laboratory.
  • 1997-2002. Associate Professor. IEOR Dept., University of California at Berkeley.
  • 2000. Visiting Professor. MIT Media Lab.
  • 1999. Visiting Professor. San Francisco Art Institute.
  • 1995-97. Assistant Professor. IEOR Dept., University of California at Berkeley.
  • 1991-95. Associate Director, Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems. University of Southern California.
  • 1991-95. Assistant Professor. Computer Science. University of Southern California.

Education

  • 1984-1990, MS., PhD. School of Computer Science. Carnegie Mellon University. Dissertation: Stochastic Plans for Robotic Manipulation.
  • 1986, Visiting Researcher. Center for Manufacturing Systems and Robotics, Israel Institute of Technology (Technion), Haifa, Israel.
  • 1982, Junior Year Abroad. Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • 1979-1984, Jerome Fisher Management and Technology (M&T) Program. Dual degrees: BSE Electrical Engineering, Moore School of Engineering; BS Economics, Wharton School of Business. University of Pennsylvania. summa cum laude.

Post-Doctoral Students and Visiting Faculty

  • Dr. Steven McKinley
  • Dr. Ron Berenstein
  • Dr. Roy Fox
  • Dr. Lauren Miller
  • Dr. Florian Pokorny
  • Dr. Brandie Nonnecke
  • Dr. Tamar Flash
  • Dr. Sachin Patil
  • Dr. Dmitry Berenson
  • Dr. Jur van den Berg
  • Dr. Kris Hauser
  • Dr. Vincent Duindam
  • Dr. Jijie Xu
  • Dr. Ron Alterovitz
  • Dr. Jingtai Liu
  • Dr. Vladlen Koltun
  • Dr. Anatol Pashkevich
  • Dr. Mark Moll
  • Dr. Michael Idinopolous
  • Dr. Karl Bohringer

Graduated PhD Students

  • Dr. Animesh Garg. Optimization and Design for Automation of Brachytherapy Delivery and Learning Robot-Assisted Surgical Subtasks. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, Aug 2016.
  • Dr. Stephen McKinley. Frugal Design and Robotic Surgery. UC Berkeley ME Dept, Aug 2016.
  • Dr. Ben Kehoe. Cloud-Based Methods and Architectures for Robotic Grasping. UC Berkeley ME Dept, Aug 2014.
  • Dr. Siamak Faridani. Models and Algorithms for Crowdsourcing Discovery. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, Dec 2012.
  • Dr. Timmy Siauw. Integer Programs for High Dose Rate Brachytherapy Needle and Dose Planning that Directly Optimize Clinical Objectives. UC Berkeley, CEE Dept, Dec 2012.
  • Dr. Ephrat Bitton. Geometric Models for Collaborative Search and Filtering. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, May 2011.
  • Dr. Jeremy Schiff. Structured Tracking for Safety, Security, and Privacy: Algorithms for Fusing Noisy Estimates from Sensor, Robot, and Camera Networks. UC Berkeley EECS Dept, Aug 2009.
  • Dr. Ron Alterovitz. Planning and Optimization Algorithms for Image-Guided Medical Procedures. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, Aug 2006.
  • Dr. K. Gopal Gopalakrishnan. Algorithms, Models, and Metrics for the Design of Fixtures using Part Concavities. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, Aug 2005.
  • Dr. Dezhen Song. Systems and Algorithms for Collaborative Tele-Operation. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, Aug 2004.
  • Dr. Mike Tao Zhang. Optimal Design of Self-Aligning Robot Gripper Jaws. UC Berkeley IEOR Dept, 2001.
  • Dr. Hadi Moradi. Force Based Assembly Planning and Grouping For Compiling Assembly Plans. (co-advisor). USC Computer Science Dept, 1999.
  • Dr. Jeff Wiegley. Sorting Convex Polygonal Parts Without Sensors On A Conveyor. USC Computer Science Dept, 1998.
  • Dr. Richard Wagner. Strut Fixtures: Modular Synthesis and Efficient Algorithms. USC Computer Science Dept, 1997.
  • Dr. Dukhun Kang. Efficient Learning of RISC Sensor-Based Manipulation Plans. USC Computer Science Dept, 1995.
  • Dr. Kyeonah Yu. Loading Sensor-Based Fixtures with Compliant Motions. USC Computer Science Dept, 1995.
  • Dr. Anil Rao. Algorithmic Plans for Robotic Manipulation. 1992 USC Electrical Engineering Dept, 1992.

Awards and Fellowships

  • 2016, IEEE RAS George Saridis Leadership Award in Robotics and Automation. "For exceptional leadership, innovations and contributions to advancing automation science and engineering."
  • 2016, Finalist, Best Manipulation Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). Stockholm. May.
  • 2016, Finalist, Best Human-Robot Interaction Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). Stockholm. May.
  • 2016, Best Demonstration Award. ACM Special Interest Group on Management of Data (SIGMOD) Conference. SF, CA. June.
  • 2015, Best Paper Award. IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), Seattle, WA. October.
  • 2015, Best Video Award. Hamlyn Surgical Robotics Conference, London, UK. June.
  • 2015, Finalist, Best Medical Robotics Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). Seattle, WA. May.
  • 2014, Nominee. Emmy Award. AOL Series: The Future Starts Here.
  • 2014, Most Educational Film ("Botscar Award"). Robot Film Festival. July.
  • 2013, Fellow. Center for Art and the Environment. Nevada Art Museum.
  • 2013, Disruptive Innovation Award. For co-founding the African Robotics Network (AFRON). Tribeca Film Festival.
  • 2013, Fellow. Disruptive Innovation Foundation.
  • 2012, National Science Foundation / Mozilla Ignite Challenge Award. Eight Ideas for Apps from the Future.
  • 2012, Best Applications Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE).
  • 2011, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Award. for "Distinguished Service and Innovation as Vice-President of Technical Activities and Co-Founder of the Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering."
  • 2011, Fellow. Arts Research Center. UC Berkeley.
  • 2011, Official Selection. Sundance Film Festival. Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death, and Technology. Documentary Feature Film (co-writer).
  • 2011, Official Selection. Sundance Film Festival. Yelp (With Apologies to Allen Ginsberg). Documentary Short Film (co-writer).
  • 2010, Best Medical Robotics Paper, "Superhuman Performance of Surgical Tasks by Robots using Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations." IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. May 2010.
  • 2010, Gold Award, Best Podcast. Association Media and Publishing 30th Annual EXCEL Awards. Washington, DC. for IEEE Spectrum "Robots for Real" podcast series.
  • 2009, Creative Work Fund Artist Award. Walter and Elise Haas Foundation, SF, CA.
  • 2008, Artist Residency. Headlands Center for the Arts, CA.
  • 2007, Isadora Duncan Award. to Ballet Mori for Music / Score / Text. Bay Area Dance Awards and Voice of Dance.
  • 2006, Best Short Documentary. Nashville Film Festival. (14 other Film Festival Awards.) The Tribe.
  • 2006, Official Selection. Rotterdam, Zurich, Tribeca, and over 100 other Film Festivals: The Tribe.
  • 2006, Critic's Choice Award. IndieWire, for The Tribe.
  • 2006, Official Selection. Sundance Film Festival. The Tribe. Documentary Short Film. (co-writer).
  • 2005, Elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), "for contributions to networked telerobotics and geometric algorithms for automation."
  • 2005, Best Journal Paper of 2004: "Unilateral Fixtures for Sheet Metal Parts with Holes." IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering.
  • 2005, Plenary Speaker. First IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Alberta, Canada.
  • 2005, Most Active Technical Committee. (Networked Robots). IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
  • 2004, Best Manipulation Paper, "D-Space and Deform Closure: A Framework for Holding Deformable Parts." IEEE Int'l Conference on Robotics and Automation.
  • 2004-5, Distinguished Lecturer (one of 5 representing North America). IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
  • 2003, Finalist, Best Paper Award, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems.
  • 2003, Fellow, World Technology Network.
  • 2001, Major Educational Innovation Award, IEEE.
  • 2000, Joseph Engelberger Award (Robotics), Robot Industries Association.
  • 1999, Best Paper. "Tuning Robotic Part Feeder Parameters to Maximize Throughput." Assembly Automation Journal.
  • 1996, Finalist, National Information Infrastructure Award.
  • 1995, Presidential Faculty Fellowship, The White House and the National Science Foundation (precursor to the PECASE Award).
  • 1995, Kobe Prize, Interactive Media Festival. Los Angeles.
  • 1995, First Prize, Festival for Independent Visual Arts Interactive. Montreal.
  • 1995, Finalist, National Information Infrastructure Award.
  • 1994, Young Investigator Award, National Science Foundation.
  • 1994, Best Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation.
  • 1994, Distinguished Teaching Award. USC Dept of Computer Science.
  • 1984, A. Atwater Kent Prize. University of Pennsylvania.
  • 1984, Eastman-Kodak Prize. University of Pennsylvania.
  • 1983, Benjamin Franklin Scholar. University of Pennsylvania.
  • 1979 National Merit Scholar. University of Pennsylvania.

Keynote and Featured Presentations

  • 2017, Keynote Speaker. Applied Innovation Exchange, SF, CA. July.
  • 2017, Keynote Speaker. Autodesk Design Night, SF, CA. Aug.
  • 2017, Featured Speaker. Startup Village Conference, Moscow. June.
  • 2017, Keynote Speaker. Privacy Law Forum, Palo Alto, CA. March.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. Advanced Patent Law Institute, Palo Alto, CA. December.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. 1st Annual Orlo Clark Lectureship. UC San Francisco Dept of Surgery, CA. October.
  • 2016, Featured Speaker. Samsung CEO Summit. San Jose, CA. September.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. 25th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN). Columbia University, NYC. August.
  • 2016, Featured Speaker. Tata CEO Summit. London, UK. July.
  • 2016, Featured Speaker. "Digitising Europe" Conference. Dusseldorf, Germany. June.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. Vodafone Foundation Workshop. Konigswinter, Germany. June.
  • 2016, Featured Speaker. 24Hours Conference. Deutsche Telecom, Hohenkammer Castle, Munich. June.
  • 2016, Distinguished Speaker.IBM Accelerated Discovery Forum. Almaden. May.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. 1st IEEE ICRAx: International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Stockholm. May.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Stockholm. May.
  • 2016, Keynote Speaker. SPIE Medical Imaging Conference. San Diego, CA. March.
  • 2015, Featured Speaker. Budapest Brain Bar: Symposium on Technology and Humanity. Budapest, Hungary, June.
  • 2015, Featured Speaker. Berkeley - Inria - Stanford (BIS) Information Tech Research Workshop. Berkeley, CA. May.
  • 2015, Hank Suz-Chi Wan Distinguished Lecture. IDeATe and School of Computer Science. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. March.
  • 2015, Featured Speaker. Innovation, Design, and Emerging Alliances in Surgery Conference. Harvard Medical School. Boston, MA. March.
  • 2015, Featured Speaker. SXSW Panel in Integrated Intelligence, Austin, TX. March.
  • 2015, Featured Speaker. World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland. January.
  • 2014, Plenary Speaker. NSF National Robotics Initiative Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. November.
  • 2014, Featured Speaker. Berkeley Roundtable on Applied Innovation and Design (BRAID) Inaugural Meeting. Santa Clara, CA. November.
  • 2014, Plenary Speaker. Pre-Engineering Program (PREP) Welcome Dinner, UC Berkeley, CA, August.
  • 2014, Keynote Speaker. IEEE International Conference on Cyber Technology in Automation, Control, and Intelligent Systems. Hong Kong. June.
  • 2014, Featured Speaker. Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen, CO. June.
  • 2014, 20th Anniversary Seminar Distinguished Speaker. Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering. The Chinese University of Hong Kong. May.
  • 2014, Keynote Speaker. Symposium on Cloud Robotics and Automation. Hong Kong Polytechnic University. May.
  • 2014, Featured Speaker. "Talks at Google" Series. Googleplex. Mt. View, CA. March.
  • 2014, Featured Speaker. IEEE Panel on Cloud Robotics and Automation. SXSW Festival, Austin, TX. March.
  • 2014, Distinguished Speaker. Robot Culture and Aesthetics (ROCA), University of Copenhagen, Denmark, February.
  • 2013, Featured Speaker. Turning STEM to STEAM Conference. Cal Performances, Berkeley, CA. November.
  • 2013, Moderator. Chancellor Nicholas Dirks Inauguration Symposium on Higher Education. UC Berkeley, CA. November.
  • 2013, Keynote Speaker. Russia Code Cup Awards, Moscow. September.
  • 2013, Keynote Speaker. ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG). Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Jun.
  • 2012, Sackler Lecturer. Institute of Advanced Studies. Faculty of Exact Sciences. Tel Aviv University. Israel. Dec.
  • 2012, Keynote Speaker. Cisco Technology, Research, and Innovation Conference, San Jose, CA. Nov.
  • 2012, Keynote Speaker. ACM Mobile HCI Conference. SF, CA. Sep.
  • 2012, Moderator. Hewlett Challenge Celebration, UC Berkeley.
  • 2012, TED Talk: "Can Robots Inspire Us To Be Better Humans?"
  • 2012, Distinguished Lecturer. Computer Science. University of Utah.
  • 2011, Distinguished Lecturer. Computer Science and Engineering Dept. Texas A&M University.
  • 2010, Plenary Speaker. Institute for the Future Symposium on the Future of Robotics.
  • 2010, Homecoming Speaker. UC Berkeley College of Engineering.
  • 2010, Plenary Speaker. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Conference. Baltimore, MD. September.
  • 2010, Plenary Speaker. UC Summit on Haiti, UCSF.
  • 2009, Plenary Speaker. Performing Presence Conference, Exeter University, UK.
  • 2008, Plenary Speaker. 2nd Israel Conference on Robotics (ICR), Tel Aviv.
  • 2008, Plenary Speaker. AAAI Spring Symposium on Creative Intelligent Systems, Stanford University.
  • 2007, Plenary Speaker. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Rome, Italy.
  • 2007, Banquet Speaker. Robotics Science and Systems Conference (RSS), Atlanta, GA.
  • 2005, Plenary Speaker. ACM Conference on Multi-Media (MM), Santa Barbara, CA.
  • 2005, Plenary Speaker. ACM Conference on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST), Seattle, WA.
  • 2004, Plenary Speaker. Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, Zeiss, Holland.
  • 2003, Walker-Ames Lecture. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Professional Activities: Current

2017-present, Chair, UC Berkeley Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department.
1995-present, Director, Berkeley AUTOLAB (Automation Sciences).
2015-present, Faculty Director, CITRIS People and Robots Initiative.
2017, Founding Co-Chair, Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL), Mountain View, CA.
2017-present, Member IEEE Robotics and Automation Pioneer Award Committee.
2017, Co-Organizer, AI and Automation Workshop, ICRA, Singapore.
2004-present, Co-Founder (2004), Senior Editorial Board (2011-), Editor-in-Chief (2011-2016), Editor-in-Chief Emeritus (2016-), IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE).
2016, Co-Chair, Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR), San Francisco, CA.
2015-present, Editorial Board, IEEE Access Journal.
2016-present, Member, Faculty Advisory Board, Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA
2012-present, Chair, UC Berkeley Regents Lecture Program Committee.
2015-present, Chair, UC Berkeley Senate and Campus Chief Information Officer Joint Committee on Campus lnformation Technology (JCCIT)
2016-present, Member, Long-Range Planning Committee, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
2013-present, Disruptor Foundation Fellow. Tribeca Film Festival.
2013-present, Member, UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory Participating Faculty Group.
2002-present, Editorial Advisory Board, Springer-Verlag Book Series: Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics (STAR).
2012-present, Steering Committee, IEEE Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT)
2012-present, Advisory Board, IBM Network Science Research Center (NSRC)
1997-present, Director, The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium, UC Berkeley.
2011-present, Editorial Advisory Board, Medical and Bio-Medical Robotic Devices for ASME Press Book Series on Robotics Engineering.
2009-present, Steering Committee, Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR).
2008-present, Editorial Board, Foundations and Trends in Robotics. Book Series.
2005-present, Steering Committee, IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE).
2000-present, Editorial Advisory Board. Assembly Automation Journal.

Professional Activities: Past

2007-2010, Director, Berkeley Center for New Media.
2012-2015, Faculty Director, CITRIS Data and Democracy Initiative.
2007-2014, Editorial Advisory Board, IEEE Spectrum Magazine.
2017, Co-Chair, Symposium on Robot Learning (SoRL), Mountain View, CA.
2017, Program Committee, Symposium on Inclusive AI. CITRIS and Microsoft. Berkeley, CA.
2015-2016, Advisory Board, Georgia Tech Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines.
2014-2015, Member, Tsinghua-Berkeley Center Board and Fund Selection Committee.
2014, Co-Organizer, U.S. Workshop on Robots for Ebola Safety. Berkeley, CA.
2013, Co-Chair: Revisiting the Uncanny Valley: A Tribute to Masahiro Mori, IEEE/RSJ International Conf on Robots and Intelligent Systems, Tokyo. November.
2013, Co-Chair, NSF/IEEE Workshop on Cloud Automation and Manufacturing, IEEE International Conf on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Madison WI, August.
2012-2014, Chair, IEEE Robotics and Automation Technical Field Award Committee. Member (2009-2012).
2013, co-Chair, Workshop on Art and Robotics: Freud's Unheimlich and the Uncanny Valley, IEEE International Conf on Robotics and Automation, Karlsruhe, Germany.
2012-2013, Editorial Board, IEEE Access Journal.
2012, Co-Chair, Awards Evaluation Committee. IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Annual Recognition Awards.
2011-2013, Blogger, Huffington Post.
2009-2012, Member, Faculty Committee, UC Berkeley Science and Technology Society Center.
2009-2013, Member, Faculty Advisory Committee, UC Berkeley Townsend Center for the Humanities.
2008-2012, Member, Faculty Council, Berkeley Human Rights Center.
2011-2012, Member, UC Berkeley Faculty Senate Library Committee (LIBR)
2010-2011, Senior Editor, Advisory Board Member, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE). 2006-2007, 2008-2009, Vice-President of Technical Activities (two terms), IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
2009-2012, Member, UC Berkeley Regents Lecture Program Committee
2003-2009, Co-Founder and Founding Chair, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE) Advisory Board.
2007-2011. Member, Fellow Evaluation Committee for the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
2005-2011, Advisory Board, Robotics Science and Systems (RSS) Conference.
2011, Co-Chair, Workshop on Uncertainty in Automation. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Shanghai.
2004-2010, Chair, Academic Advisory Committee, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.
2004-2010, Member (ex-officio), Board of Trustees, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.
2009-2012, Blogger, San Francisco Chronicle, City Brights Section.
2009, International Program Committee, ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference, Berkeley, CA.
2001-2010, Member, UC Berkeley Faculty Senate Committee on Computing and Communications (COMP).
2010, Co-Organizer, ICRA 2010 Workshop on Workshop on Medical Cyber-Physical Systems, Anchorage, AL.
2009-2010, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2010, Senior Program Committee (SPC).
2009, International Program Committee, IFAC/IEEE Workshop on Networked Robotics, Boulder, CO,
2009, Co-Chair, Third Workshop on Algorithmic Automation, at the Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS) Conference. Seattle, WA.
2008, Co-Chair, CCC / CRA Roadmap for Manufacturing and Automation Robotics Workshop, Washington, DC, June.
2004-2007,Member, Executive Committee, UC Berkeley Center for New Media.
2008, Co-Chair, Second Workshop on Algorithmic Automation, at the IEEE CASE, Washington, DC, August.
2008, Co-Chair, First Workshop on Algorithmic Automation, at the IEEE ICRA, Pasadena, CA, May.
2008, Co-Chair, Second Workshop on Art and Robots, IEEE/RSJ IROS, Nice, France, September.
2007, Co-Chair, First Workshop on Art and Robots, IEEE/RSJ, IROS, San Diego, CA, Sept.
2006-2007, Vice President of Technical Activities, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
1996-2006, Program Committee, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
2006, Organizing Committee, China Art & Science International Exhibition & Symposium, Beijing
2006, Co-Chair, Unblinking: New Perspectives on Visual Privacy in the 21st Century. Berkeley, CA.
2006-2007, Member, University of California, Intercampus Telecommunications and Technology (ITTP) Committee
2006, Program Committee, Symposium Jury, International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), San Jose, CA.
2001-2005, Founding Co-Chair, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Technical Committee on Networked Robots.
2005, Program Chair for North America. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems (IROS).
2004, Co-Founder, Berkeley Center for New Media (BCNM).
2004,2005, Chair, Early Career Awards Committee, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
2002-2005, 1997-2000, 1994-1996, Elected to Advisory Committee (three terms), IEEE Society for Robotics and Automation.
2004, Organizing Committee. National Academy of Engineering German American Symposium on the Frontiers of Engineering. Wash, DC.
2004, Chair, Video Proceedings, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
2003-2004, Chair, UC Berkeley Faculty Senate Committee on Computing and Communications.
2000-2012, Member, Faculty Committee, UC Berkeley College of Engineering Haas School of Busineess Joint Management of Technology (MOT) Program.
2004, Program Committee, Medical Simulation Symposium, Boston MA.
2004, Co-Organizer. Workshop on Wireless Networked Robots, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
2003, Organizer, IROS Open Forum on the new IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering
2003, Program Committee. International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR).
1998,2000,2003, Chair, Workshops and Tutorials Committee, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
2003, Jury, NewFangle Art Exhibit, GenArt, San Francisco
2004-2006. Member, Long Range Planning Committee, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
2002-2006, Member, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Publications Board.
2002-3, Chair, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Special Committee on New Publications
1992,1994,1995,2001,2003 Program Committee. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems (IROS).
1994,2002, Co-Chair. Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). Nice, France.
2002, Co-Chair. Workshop on Educational Applications of Online Robots, Washington, DC.
2001, Advisory Committee. IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT), Cairo.
2000, Co-Editor. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. Two Special Issues on Robots on the Web, 7(1), March, and 7(2), June.
2000, co-Organizer. Symposium on Critical and Historical Issues in Net Art (CRASH), UC Berkeley.
2000, Program Committee. Sixth Intelligent Autonomous Systems Conference, Venice.
2000, Program Committee. 31st International Symposium on Robotics. Montreal.
2000-2002, Advisory Board, GroundZero Media Arts, Palo Alto.
1999-2001, Advisory Board, New Langton Arts, SF.
1998,1999, Organizing Committee. National Academy of Engineering Symposium on the Frontiers of Engineering. Irvine, CA.
1998, Program Committee. ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry. Minneapolis, MN.
1997, Advisory Board. Bay Area Multimedia Arts and Lecture Series
1997-99, Advisory Committee. Hewlett Foundation Courses in General Education, UC Berkeley.
1997-98, Faculty Search Committee. Art Practice Department, UC Berkeley.
1995,1997, Program Committee. IEEE International Symposium on Assembly and Task Planning (ISATP).
1997, Program Committee, IEEE International Conference on Integrated and Sustainable Industrial Production (ISIP).
1996, Program Co-Chair, IEEE Workshop on Minimalism in Robot Manipulation (at IEEE ICRA).
1995, Member, ACM Task Force on Future Directions for Computational Geometry.
1995, Member, New York Academy of Sciences.
1995, Member, Research Committee reporting to USC Vice Provost.
1994, Organizer, Symposium on Theoretical Foundations of Rapid Deployment Automation, Adept Technology, San Jose, CA.
1994, Program Chair, IEEE Workshop on Design of Parts and Devices for Manufacturing.
1994, Program Committee, AAAI Workshop on Physical Interaction and Manipulation.
1993, Organizer, SPIE Short Course on New Developments in Grasping, Feeding, and Fixturing.
1993, Program Committee, Conference of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
1993, Senior Member, Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
1993, Organizer, IEEE Workshop on Geometric Algorithms for Manufacturing.
1992, Program Co-Chair, NSF Workshop on Geometric Uncertainty in Robot Motion Planning, Catalina Island, CA.
1987-present, Established the Melvin M. Goldberg Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. The annual award provides summer support for a student to do technical research in Israel.

Technical Reviewer for National Science Foundation, ASME Journal of Engineering for Industry, Assembly Automation Journal, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computer Aided Design, Discrete and Computational Geometry, EURON European Robotics, IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, IEEE Transactions on Mechatronics, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, IIE Transactions, Information Retrieval Journal, International Journal of Robotics Research, Journal of Autonomous Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Leonardo Journal of Art and Science, McGraw-Hill, MIT Press, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), New York University: President's Research Fund, Oxford University Press. Springer-Verlag Tracts in Robotics Book Series, Stanford Center for Integrated Facility Engineering, US/Israel Binational Science Foundation.

Publications. (Most available at: goldberg.berkeley.edu/pubs/ )

I. Refereed Publications

IA. Archival Journal Papers

  • [IA63] Overcoming Citizen Mistrust and Enhancing Democratic Practices: Results from the E-participation Platform Mexico Participa. Maria Elena Meneses, Brandie Nonnecke, Alejandro Martin del Campo, Sanjay Krishnan, Jay Patel, Moonhyok Kim, Camille Crittenden, Ken Goldberg. Journal of Information Technology and International Development. Volume 13, Issue 1. August 2017.
  • [IA62] Planning Curvature and Torsion Constrained Ribbons in 3D with Application to Intracavitary Brachytherapy. Sachin Patil, Jia Pan, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE). , Volume 12, Issue 4, pp. 1332-1345. October 2015.
  • [IA61] A Survey of Research on Cloud Robotics and Automation. Ben Kehoe, Sachin Patil, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE). Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation. Volume 12, Issue 2. April 2015.
  • [IA60] Cloud-Based Grasp Analysis and Planning for Toleranced Parts Using Parallelized Monte Carlo Sampling. Ben Kehoe, Deepak Warrier, Sachin Patil, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE). Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation. Vol. 12, no. 2. Apr. 2015.
  • [IA59] Two Large Open-Access Datasets for Fitts' Law of Human Motion and a Succinct Derivation of the Square-Root Variant. Ken Goldberg, Siamak Faridani, and Ron Alterovitz. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. V 45(1). pp. 62-73. February 2015.
  • [IA58] Material Evaluation of PC-ISO for Customized, 3D Printed, Gynecologic 192Ir HDR Brachytherapy Applicators. Katherine Mellis, Timmy Siauw, Atchar Sudhyadhom, Rajni Sethi, I-Chow Hsu, Jean Pouliot, Animesh Garg, Ken Goldberg, J. Adam Cunha. Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics (JACMP). Volume 16, Number 1. January 2015.
  • [IA57] Efficient Proximity Probing Algorithms for Metrology. Aviv Adler, Fatemeh Panahi, A. Frank van der Stappen, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE). Volume 12, Issue 1. January 2015.
  • [IA56] Potential-Based Bounded-Cost Search and Anytime Non-Parametric A*. Roni Stern, Ariel Felner, Jur van den Berg, Rami Puzis, Rajat Shah, Ken Goldberg. Artificial Intelligence (AI). Volume 214, Pages 1-25. September 2014.
  • [IA55] Motion Planning with Sequential Convex Optimization and Convex Collision Checking. John Schulman, Yan Duan, Jonathan Ho, Alex Lee, Ibrahim Awwal, Henry Bradlow, Jia Pan, Sachin Patil, Ken Goldberg and Pieter Abbeel. International Journal of Robotics Research (IJRR)., Vol. 33(7), June 2014.
  • [IA54] Robot-Guided Open-Loop Insertion of Skew-Line Needle Arrangements for High Dose Rate Brachytherapy. Animesh Garg, Timmy Siauw, Dmitry Berenson, J.Adam M. Cunha, I-Chow Joe Hsu, Jean Pouliot, Dan Stoianovici, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE). Vol. 10(4), pp. 948-957. Oct 2013.
  • [IA53] A Geometric Approach to Robotic Laundry Folding. Stephen Miller, Jur van den Berg, Mario Fritz, Trevor Darrell, Ken Goldberg, and Pieter Abbeel. The International Journal of Robotics Research. Vol. 31(2), pp. 249-267. February 2012.
  • [IA52] NPIP: A Skew-Line Needle Configuration Optimization System for HDR Brachytherapy. Timmy Siauw, Adam Cunha, Dmitry Berenson, Alper Atamturk, I-Chow Joe Hsu, Ken Goldberg, Jean Pouliot. Medical Physics, 39, 4339. July 2012.
  • [IA51] Robot-Assisted Needle Steering. Kyle B. Reed, Ann Majewicz, Vinutha Kallem, Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, Noah J. Cowan, and Allison M. Okamura. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. V18:4, pp 35-46. December 2011.
  • [IA50] IPIP: A New Approach to Inverse Planning for HDR Brachytherapy by Directly Optimizing Dosimetric Indices. Timmy Siauw, J. Adam M. Cunha, Alper Atamturk, I-Chow Hsu, Jean Pouliot, and Ken Goldberg. Medical Physics. Vol. 38 (7). July 2011.
  • [IA49] LQG-MP: Optimized Path Planning for Robots with Motion Uncertainty and Imperfect State Information. Jur van den Berg, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. International Journal of Robotics Research. Vol. 30 (6). June 2011.
  • [IA48] Three-dimensional Motion Planning Algorithms for Steerable Needles Using Inverse Kinematics. Vincent Duindam, Jijie Xu, Ron Alterovitz, Shankar Sastry, Ken Goldberg. International Journal of Robotics Research. October 2009.
  • [IA47] Sensorless Motion Planning for Medical Needle Insertion in Deformable Tissue. Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, Jean Pouliot, and I-Chow Hsu. IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine. Vol. 13(2), 217-225. March 2009.
  • [IA46] Motion Planning Under Uncertainty for Image-Guided Medical Needle Steering. Ron Alterovitz, Michael Branicky, Ken Goldberg. International Journal of Robotics Research. 27:1361-1374, November 2008.
  • [IA45] Systems, Control Models, and Codec for Collaborative Observation of Remote Environments with an Autonomous Networked Robotic Camera. Dezhen Song, Ni Qin, and Ken Goldberg. Autonomous Robots. Vol. 24, No. 4. May 2008.
  • [IA44] Approximate Algorithms for a Collaboratively Controlled Robotic Camera. Dezhen Song and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Robotics. Vol. 23, No. 5, pp. 1061-1070. Oct 2007.
  • [IA43] Optimal Gripper Edge Contacts for Part Alignment. Mike Tao Zhang and Ken Goldberg. Robotica , v25(3), pp. 341-349. May 2007.
  • [IA42] Optimizing Robotic Part Feeder Throughput with Queueing Theory. Dadi Gudmundsson and Ken Goldberg. Assembly Automation Journal . v27(2). April 2007.
  • [IA41] Immobilizing Hinged Polygons. Jaesook Cheong and Frank van der Stappen and Ken Goldberg and Mark Overmars and Elon Rimon. International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications. V17(1). February, 2007.
  • [IA40] Optimization of HDR Brachytherapy Dose Distributions using Linear Programming with Penalty Costs. Ron Alterovitz, Etienne Lessard, Jean Pouliot, I-Chow Joe Hsu, James F. O'Brien, and Ken Goldberg. Medical Physics, vol. 33, no. 11, pp. 4012-4019, Nov. 2006.
  • [IA39] Blades for Feeding 3D Parts on Vibratory Tracks. Onno Goemans and Ken Goldberg and Frank van der Stappen. Assembly Automation Journal. V 26(3). October, 2006.
  • [IA38] Registration of MR prostate images with biomechanical modeling and nonlinear parameter estimation. Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, Jean Pouliot, I-Chow Joe Hsu, Yongbok Kim, Susan Moyher Noworolski, and John Kurhanewicz. Medical Physics, vol. 33(2), pp. 446-454, February 2006.
  • [IA37] Exact Algorithms for Single Frame Selection on Multi-Axis Satellites, Dezhen Song and A. Frank van der Stappen and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, Vol. 3(1), January 2006.
  • [IA36] D-Space and Deform Closure Grasps of Deformable Parts. K. "Gopal" Gopalakrishnan and Ken Goldberg. International Journal of Robotics Research, Vol 24(11), November 2005.
  • [IA35] Fixture-Based Industrial Robot Calibration for Silicon Wafer Handling. Mike Tao Zhang and Ken Goldberg. Industrial Robot, Vol. 32(1), January 2005.
  • [IA34] Unilateral Fixtures for Sheet Metal Parts with Holes, K. "Gopal" Gopalakrishnan, Ken Goldberg, Gary M. Bone, Matthew Zaluzec, Rama Koganti, Patricia Deneszczuk and Rich Pearson, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, 1(2), pp 110-120, October 2004. Recipient of T-ASE Best Journal Paper of 2004 Award.
  • [IA33] A Computer Aided Design Tool in Java for Planar Gripper Design, Mike Tao Zhang and Ken Goldberg, ASME Journal of Computing & Information Science in Engineering (JCISE). 4(1), March, 2004.
  • [IA32] Collaborative Teleoperation using Networked Spatial Dynamic Voting, Ken Goldberg, Dezhen Song, and Anthony Levandowski, Proceedings of the IEEE, Special issue on Networked Robots. 91(3), pp. 430-439, March 2003.
  • [IA31] Geometrical Calibration of Robotic Web-Cameras, Ken Goldberg, Anatoly Pashkevich, Dez Song, Transactions of Belarusian Engineering Academy, 1(15)/1, pp. 12-14. January, 2003.
  • [IA30] Gripper Point Contacts for Part Alignment, Mike Tao Zhang and Ken Goldberg, IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 18(6), pp. 902-910. December, 2002.
  • [IA29] Computing Tolerance Parameters for Fixturing and Feeding, J. Chen, K. Goldberg, M.Overmars, D. Halperin, K. Bohringer, Y. Zhuang. Assembly Automation. 22(2), pp. 163-172. May, 2002.
  • [IA28] Aligning Parts for Micro Assemblies, M. Moll, K. Goldberg, M. Erdmann, R. Fearing. Assembly Automation. 22(1), pp. 46-54. February, 2002.
  • [IA27] The 2-Center Problem with Obstacles, Dan Halperin, Micha Sharir, and Ken Goldberg, Journal of Algorithms, 42, 109-134. January 2002.
  • [IA26] Pin Design for Part Feeding, Tao Zhang, Ken Goldberg, Robert-Paul Berretty, Gordon Smith, and Mark Overmars, Robotica, 19(6), 695-702, December 2001.
  • [IA25] Trap Design for Vibratory Part Feeders, R-P. Berretty and Ken Goldberg and M. Overmars and F. Van der Stappen, International Journal of Robotics Research. 20(11), November 2001.
  • [IA24] Eigentaste: A Constant-Time Collaborative Filtering Algorithm, Ken Goldberg, Theresa Roeder, Dhruv Gupta, and Chris Perkins, Information Retrieval, 4(2), 133-151. July 2001.
  • [IA23] Geometric Eccentricity and the Complexity of Manipulation Plans, Frank van der Stappen, Ken Goldberg, and Mark Overmars, Algorithmica, 26(3/4), 494-514. March 2000.
  • [IA22] Algorithms for Sensorless Manipulation Using a Vibrating Surface (with K. Bohringer and V. Bhatt and B. Donald), Algorithmica, 26(3/4), 389-429. March 2000.
  • [IA21] Part Pose Statistics: Estimators and Experiments (with B. Mirtich, Y. Zhuang, J. Craig, B. Carlisle, and J. Canny), IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 15(5), 849-857, October, 1999.
  • [IA20] Tuning Robotic Part Feeder Parameters to Maximize Throughput, (with D. Gudmundsson), Assembly Automation, 19(3), 216-221, Fall 1999. Best Paper Award
  • [IA19] A Complete Algorithm for Fixture Loading, (with K. Yu), International Journal of Robotics Research. Volume 17 (11), pp. 1214-1224. November, 1998.
  • [IA18] Computing Fence Designs for Orienting Parts, (with R.P. Berretty and F. van der Stappen and M. Overmars), Computational Geometry and Applications, 10. Page 249-262. 1998.
  • [IA17] FixtureNet: Interactive Computer Aided Design via the WWW, (with R. Wagner and G. Castanotto), International Journal on Human-Computer Studies, 46, 773-788. August 1997.
  • [IA16] A Complete Algorithm for Designing Passive Fences to Orient Parts, (with J. Wiegley, M. Peshkin, and M. Brokowski), Assembly Automation, 17:2, August, 1997.
  • [IA15] On the Existence of Solutions in Modular Fixturing, (with Y. Zhuang), International Journal of Robotics Research, 15:5, December 1996.
  • [IA14] Computing Grasp Functions, (with A. Rao), Computational Geometry and Applications, 6, May 1996.
  • [IA13] Complete Algorithms for Feeding Polyhedral Parts using Pivot Grasps, (with A. Rao and D. Kriegman), IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 12(2), April, 1996.
  • [IA12] A Complete Algorithm for Designing Modular Fixtures Using Modular Components, (with R. Brost), IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 12(1), February, 1996.
  • [IA11] Comparing Two Algorithms for Programming Robots in Stochastic Environments, (with A. Christiansen), Robotica, 13(6), November-December 1995.
  • [IA10] Beyond the Web: Manipulating the Real World, (with M. Mascha, S. Gentner, J. Rossman, N. Rothenberg, C. Sutter and J. Wiegley), Computer Networks and ISDN Systems Journal, 28(1), December 1995.
  • [IA09] Manipulating Algebraic Parts in the Plane, (with A. Rao), IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, 11(4), August 1995.
  • [IA08] A RISC Approach to Sensing and Manipulation, (with J. Canny), Journal of Robotic Systems, Special Issue edited by J. McCarthy and F. Park, V12(6), June 1995.
  • [IA07] Friction and Part Curvature in Parallel-Jaw Grasping, (with A. Rao), Journal of Robotic Systems, V12(6), June 1995.
  • [IA06] Optimal Curved Fences for Part Alignment on a Belt, (with M. Brokowski and M. A. Peshkin), ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, Vol 117, March 1995.
  • [IA05] Sorting Parts by Random Grasping , (with D. Kang), IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, V11(1), February 1995.
  • [IA04] Placing Registration Marks, (with A. Rao), IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics. 41(1), February 1994.
  • [IA03] Shape from Diameter: Recognizing Polygonal Parts with a Parallel-Jaw Gripper, (with A. Rao), International Journal of Robotics Research. 13(1), February 1994.
  • [IA02] Orienting Polygonal Parts without Sensors, Algorithmica. Special Issue on Computational Robotics, Volume 10(3), 201-225, August 1993.
  • [IA01] Active Touch and Robot Perception. Ken Goldberg and Ruzena Bajcsy. Cognition and Brain Theory. 7(2), 199-214. Winter 1984.

ID. Refereed Conference and Symposium Proceedings

  • [ID173] Multilateral Surgical Pattern Cutting in 2D Orthotropic Gauze with Deep Reinforcement Learning Policies for Tensioning. Brijen Thananjeyan, Animesh Garg, Sanjay Krishnan, Carolyn Chen, Lauren Miller, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May 2017.
  • [ID172] Comparing Human-Centric and Robot-Centric Sampling for Robot Deep Learning from Demonstrations. Michael Laskey, Caleb Chuck, Jonathan Lee, Jeffrey Mahler, Sanjay Krishnan, Kevin Jamieson, Anca Dragan, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May 2017.
  • [ID171] Design of Parallel-Jaw Gripper Tip Surfaces for Robust Grasping. Menglong Guo, David V. Gealy, Jacky Liang, Jeffrey Mahler, Aimee Goncalves, Stephen McKinley, Ken Goldberg. 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May 2017.
  • [ID170] A Cloud Robot System Accessing Learned Grasps from Dexterity Network 1.0 and Berkeley Robotics and Automation as a Service (Brass). Nan Tian*, Matthew Matl*, Jeffrey Mahler, Yu Xiang Zhou, Samantha Staszak, Christopher Correa, Steven Zheng, Qiang Li, Robert Zhang, Ken Goldberg 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May 2017.
  • [ID169] SWIRL: A Sequential Windowed Inverse Reinforcement Learning Algorithm for Robot Tasks With Delayed Rewards. Sanjay Krishnan, Animesh Garg, Richard Liaw, Brijen Thananjeyan, Lauren Miller, Florian T. Pokorny, and Ken Goldberg. Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). San Francisco, CA. Dec 2016.
  • [ID168] Synthesis of Energy-Bounded Planar Caging Grasps using Persistent Homology. Jeff Mahler, Florian T. Pokorny, Sherdil Niyaz, Ken Goldberg. Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). San Francisco, CA. Dec 2016.
  • [ID167] Large-Scale Supervised Learning of the Grasp Robustness of Surface Patch Pairs. Daniel Seita, Florian T. Pokorny, Jeffrey Mahler, Danica Kragic, Michael Franklin, John Canny, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Simulation, Modeling, and Programming for Autonomous Robots (SIMPAR). San Francisco, CA. Dec 2016.
  • [ID166] Robot Grasping in Clutter: Using a Hierarchy of Supervisors for Learning from Demonstrations. Michael Laskey, Jonathan Lee, Caleb Chuck, David Gealy, Wesley Hsieh, Florian T. Pokorny, Anca D. Dragan, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, (CASE), Dallas, TX. Aug 2016.
  • [ID165] Privacy-Preserving Cloud-Based Grasp Planning. Jeffrey Mahler, Brian Hou, Sherdil Niyaz, Florian T. Pokorny, Ramu Chandra, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, (CASE), Dallas, TX. Aug 2016.
  • [ID164] Co-Robotic Device for Automated Tuning of Emitters to Enable Precision Irrigation. David V. Gealy, Stephen McKinley, Menglong Guo, Lauren Miller, Stavros Vougioukas, Joshua Viers, Stefano Carpin, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, (CASE), Dallas, TX. Aug 2016.
  • [ID163] Tumor Localization using Automated Palpation with Gaussian Process Adaptive Sampling. Animesh Garg, Siddarth Sen, Rishi Kapadia, Yiming Jen, Stephen McKinley, Lauren Miller, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, (CASE), Dallas, TX. Aug 2016.
  • [ID162] Dex-Net 1.0: A Cloud-Based Network of 3D Objects for Robust Grasp Planning Using a Multi-Armed Bandit Model with Correlated Rewards. Jeffrey Mahler, Florian T. Pokorny, Brian Hou, Melrose Roderick, Michael Laskey, Mathieu Aubry, Kai Kohlhoff, Torsten Kroeger, James Kuffner, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016. Finalist for Best Manipulation Paper Award.
  • [ID161] Energy-Bounded Caging: Formal Definition and 2D Energy Lower Bound Algorithm Based on Weighted Alpha Shapes. Jeffrey Mahler, Florian T. Pokorny, Zoe McCarthy, A. Frank van der Stappen, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L). Accepted December 2016. (Also accepted for presentation at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016.)
  • [ID160] SHIV: Reducing Supervisor Burden in DAgger using Support Vectors for Efficient Learning from Demonstrations in High Dimensional State Spaces. Michael Laskey, Sam Staszak, Wesley Yu-Shu Hsieh, Jeffrey Mahler, Florian T. Pokorny, Anca D. Dragan, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016. Finalist for Best Human-Robot Interaction Paper Award.
  • [ID159] TSC-DL: Unsupervised Trajectory Segmentation of Multi-Modal Surgical Demonstrations with Deep Learning. Adithyavairavan Murali*, Animesh Garg*, Sanjay Krishnan*, Florian T. Pokorny, Pieter Abbeel, Trevor Darrell, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016.
  • [ID158] Automating Multiple-Throw Multilateral Surgical Suturing with a Mechanical Needle Guide and Sequential Convex Optimization. Siddarth Sen*, Animesh Garg*, David V. Gealy, Stephen McKinley, Yiming Jen, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016.
  • [ID157] High-Dimensional Winding-Augmented Motion Planning with 2D Topological Task Projections and Persistent Homology. Florian T. Pokorny, Danica Kragic, Lydia E. Kavraki, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016.
  • [ID156] Topological Trajectory Clustering with Relative Persistent Homology. Florian T. Pokorny, Ken Goldberg, Danica Kragic. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Stockholm, Sweden. May 2016.
  • [ID155] DevCAFE 1.0: A Participatory Platform for Assessing Development Initiatives in the Field. Brandie Nonnecke, Sanjay Krishnan, Jay Patel, Mo Zhou, Laura Byaruhanga, Dorothy Masinde, Maria Elena Meneses, Alejandro Martin del Campo, Camille Crittenden, Ken Goldberg. Proceedings of the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), Seattle, WA. Oct, 2015. Winner, Best Paper Award.
  • [ID154] Unsupervised Surgical Task Segmentation with Milestone Learning. Sanjay Krishnan, Animesh Garg, Sachin Patil, Colin Lea, Gregory Hager, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. International Symposium on Robotics Research (ISRR). Genoa, IT, Sept, 2015.
  • [ID153] Models of Human-Centered Automation in a Debridement Task. K. Nichols, A. Murali, S. Sen, K. Goldberg and A. M. Okamura. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. Hamburg, Germany, Sept, 2015.
  • [ID152] A Paced Shared-Control Teleoperated Architecture for Supervised Automation of Multilateral Surgical Tasks. K. Shamaei, Y. Che, A. Murali, S. Sen, S. Patil, K. Goldberg and A. M. Okamura. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. Hamburg, Germany, Sept, 2015.
  • [ID151] Stale View Cleaning: Getting Fresh Answers from Stale Materialized Views. Sanjay Krishnan, Jiannan Wang, Michael J. Franklin, Ken Goldberg, and Tim Kraska. Proceedings of the Conf on Very Large Databases (VLDB). Hawaii, Sept, 2015.
  • [ID150] MCAFE 1.0: Motivating and Prioritizing Ongoing Student Feedback During MOOCs and Large on-Campus Courses using Collaborative Filtering. Mo Zhou, Alison Cliff, Sanjay Krishnan, Brandie Nonnecke, Camille Crittenden, Kanji Uchino, Ken Goldberg. Proceedings of the 16th Annual ACM Conference on Information Technology Education, SIGITE 15, Chicago, Sept, 2015.
  • [ID149] A Case Study in Mobile-Optimized vs. Responsive Web Application Design. Jay Patel, Gil Gershoni, Sanjay Krishnan, Matti Nelimarkka, Brandie Nonnecke, Ken Goldberg. ACM International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI). Copenhagen, Denmark. August 2015.
  • [ID148] Multi-Arm Bandit Models for 2D Sample Based Grasp Planning with Uncertainty. Michael Laskey, Jeff Mahler, Zoe McCarthy, Florian T. Pokorny, Sachin Patil, Jur Van Den Berg, Danica Kragic, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Gothenburg, Sweden. Aug. 2015.
  • [ID147] A Disposable Haptic Palpation Probe for Locating Subcutaneous Blood Vessels in Robot-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery. Stephen McKinley, Animesh Garg, Siddarth Sen, Rishi Kapadia, Adithyavairavan Murali, Kirk Nichols, Susan Lim, Sachin Patil, Pieter Abbeel, Allison M. Okamura, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Gothenburg, Sweden. Aug. 2015.
  • [ID146] Information-Theoretic Planning with Trajectory Optimization for Dense 3D Mapping. Benjamin Charrow, Gregory Kahn, Sachin Patil, Sikang Liu, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel, Nathan Michael, Vijay Kumar. Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS) Conference. Rome, Italy. July, 2015.
  • [ID145] The Slip-Pad: A Haptic Display Using Interleaved Belts to Simulate Lateral and Rotational Slip. Colin Ho, Jonathan Kim, Sachin Patil, Ken Goldberg. World Haptics Conference. Chicago, IL, USA. June 2015.
  • [ID144] Automated Delivery Instrument for Stem Cell Treatment using the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System. Stephen McKinley, Animesh Garg, Susan Lim, Sachin Patil, Ken Goldberg. Refereed Poster. 13th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research. Stockholm, Sweden. June 2015.
  • [ID143] Learning by Observation for Surgical Subtasks: Multilateral Cutting of 3D Viscoelastic and 2D Orthotropic Tissue Phantoms Adithyavairavan Murali, Siddarth Sen, Ben Kehoe, Animesh Garg, Seth McFarland, Sachin Patil, W. Douglas Boyd, Susan Lim, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. Finalist, Best Medical Robotics Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Seattle, WA. June 2015.
  • [ID142] GP-GPIS-OPT: Grasp Planning Under Shape Uncertainty Using Gaussian Process Implicit Surfaces and Sequential Convex Programming Jeffrey Mahler, Sachin Patil, Ben Kehoe, Jur van den Berg, Matei Ciocarlie, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Seattle, WA. June 2015.
  • [ID141] A Mobile Platform for Participatory Assessment of Development Programs and a Case Study in Uganda. Brandie Nonnecke, Sanjay Krishnan, Amit Akula, Alison Cliff, Allen Huang, Angela Lin, Shir Nehama, Laura Byaruhanga, Dorothy Masinde, Camille Crittenden, Ken Goldberg. Humanitarian Technology Conference: Science, Systems and Global Impact. HumTech2015. Elsevier. Boston, MA. May, 2015.
  • [ID140] M-CAFE: Managing MOOC Student Feedback with Collaborative Filtering. Mo Zhou, Alison Cliff, Sanjay Krishnan, Brandie Nonnecke, Camille Crittenden, Kanji Uchino, Ken Goldberg. Work-in-Progress Short Paper. Proceedings of the Second ACM Conference on Learning@Scale. pp. 309-312. March, 2015.
  • [ID139] A Methodology for Learning, Analyzing, and Mitigating Social Influence Bias in Recommender Systems. Sanjay Krishnan, Jay Patel, Michael J. Franklin, and Ken Goldberg. ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys). Foster City, CA, USA. Oct 2014.
  • [ID138] Comparing Three Online Civic Engagement Platforms using the Spectrum of Public Participation. Matti Nelimarkka, Brandie Nonnecke, Sanjay Krishnan, Tanja Aitamurto, Allen Ching-Chang Huang, Gavin Newsom, Conrad Gregory, Jay Patel, Daniel Catterson, Camille Crittenden, John Scott, Chris Garland, and Ken Goldberg. University of Oxford: Internet, Policy, and Politics Conference on Crowdsourcing for Politics and Policy (IPP2014). Oxford, UK. Sept, 2014.
  • [ID137] Learning Accurate Kinematic Control of Cable-Driven Surgical Robots Using Data Cleaning and Gaussian Process Regression. Jeffrey Mahler, Sanjay Krishnan, Michael Laskey, Siddarth Sen, Adithyavairavan Murali, Ben Kehoe, Sachin Patil, Jiannan Wang, Mike Franklin, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Int'l Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Taipei, Taiwan. August 2014.
  • [ID136] Exact Reachability Analysis for Planning Skew-Line Needle Arrangements for Automated Brachytherapy. Animesh Garg, Timmy Siauw, Guang Yang, Sachin Patil, J. Adam M. Cunha, I-Chow Hsu, Jean Pouliot, Alper Atamturk, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Int'l Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Taipei, Taiwan. August 2014.
  • [ID135] Scaling up Gaussian Belief Space Planning through Covariance-Free Trajectory Optimization and Automatic Differentiation. Sachin Patil, Gregory Kahn, Michael Laskey, John Schulman, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel. Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). Istanbul, Turkey. August 2014.
  • [ID134] Planning Curvature and Torsion Constrained Ribbons in 3D with Application to Intracavitary Brachytherapy. Sachin Patil, Jia Pan, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). Istanbul, Turkey. August 2014.
  • [ID133] Autonomous Multilateral Debridement with the Raven Surgical Robot. Ben Kehoe, Gregory Kahn, Jeffrey Mahler, Jonathan Kim, Alex Lee, Anna Lee, Keisuke Nakagawa, Sachin Patil, W. Douglas Boyd, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Int'l Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Hong Kong. June 2014.
  • [ID132] Gaussian Belief Space Planning with Discontinuities in Sensing Domains. Sachin Patil, Yan Duan, John Schulman, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel. IEEE Int'l Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Hong Kong. June 2014.
  • [ID131] Planning Locally Optimal, Curvature-Constrained Trajectories in 3D. using Sequential Convex Optimization. Yan Duan, Sachin Patil, John Schulman, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel IEEE Int'l Conference on Robotics and Automation, (ICRA), Hong Kong. June 2014.
  • [ID130] A Sample-and-Clean Framework for Fast and Accurate Query Processing on Dirty Data. Jiannan Wang, Sanjay Krishnan, Michael J. Franklin, Ken Goldberg, Tova Milo, Tim Kraska. ACM Special Interest Group on Management of Data (SIGMOD), Snowbird, Utah, USA. June 2014.
  • [ID129] Efficient Distance Probing Algorithms for Metrology. Fatemeh Panahi, Aviv Adler, A. Frank van der Stappen, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Int'l Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Madison, WI, August 2013. Finalist for Best Student Paper Award.
  • [ID128] An Algorithm for Computing Customized 3D Printed Implants with Curvature Constrained Channels for Enhancing Intracavitary Brachytherapy Radiation Delivery. Animesh Garg, Sachin Patil, Timmy Siauw, J. Adam M. Cunha, I-Chow Hsu, Pieter Abbeel, Jean Pouliot, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Int'l Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Madison, WI, August 2013.
  • [ID127] Distributed Spectral Dimensionality Reduction for Visualizing Textual Data. Sanjay Krishnan and Ken Goldberg. International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) Workshop on Spectral Learning Methods, Atlanta, GA, June 2013.
  • [ID126] Using a Social Media Platform to Explore How Social Media Can Enhance Primary and Secondary Learning. Sanjay Krishnan, Yuko Okubo, Kanji Uchino, and Ken Goldberg. Learning International Networks Consortium (LINC) 2013 Conference. MIT, Cambridge, MA. June 2013.
  • [ID125] Cloud-Based Robot Grasping with the Google Object Recognition Engine. Ben Kehoe, Akihiro Matsukawa, Sal Candido, James Kuffner, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Karlsruhe, Germany. May 2013.
  • [ID124] Initial Experiments toward Automated Robotic Implantation of Skew-Line Needle Arrangements for HDR Brachytherapy. Animesh Garg, Timmy Siauw, Dmitry Berenson, Adam Cunha, I-Chow Hsu, Jean Pouliot, Dan Stoianovici, and Ken Goldberg. Best Applications Paper Award. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Seoul, Korea. August, 2012.
  • [ID123] Estimating Part Tolerance Bounds Based on Adaptive Cloud-Based Grasp Planning with Slip. Ben Kehoe, Dmitry Berenson, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Seoul, Korea. August 2012.
  • [ID122] Visual Tracking of Human Visitors under Variable-Lighting Conditions for a Responsive Audio Art Installation. Andrew B. Godbehere, Akihiro Matsukawa, Ken Goldberg. American Control Conference (ACC). Montreal, Canada. June 2012.
  • [ID121] Toward Cloud-Based Grasping with Uncertainty in Shape: Estimating Lower Bounds on Achieving Force Closure with Zero-Slip Push Grasps. Ben Kehoe, Dmitry Berenson, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). Minneapolis, MN. May 2012.
  • [ID120] A Robot Path Planning Framework that Learns from Experience. Dmitry Berenson, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Minneapolis, MN. May 2012.
  • [ID119] EG-RRT: Environment-Guided Random Trees for Kinodynamic Motino Planning with Uncertainty and Obstacles. Leonard Jaillet, Judy Hoffman, Jur van den Berg, Pieter Abbeel, Josep M. Porta, Ken Goldberg. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), San Francisco, CA, 2011.
  • [ID118] Grasping and Fixturing as Submodular Coverage Problems. John D. Schulman, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel. 15th International Symposium on Robotics Research (ISRR), Phoenix, AZ, 2011.
  • [ID117] ANA*: Anytime Nonparametric A*. Jur van den Berg, Rajat Shah, Arthur Huang, and Ken Goldberg. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Annual Conference (AAAI). San Francisco, CA. August 2011.
  • [ID116] LQG-Based Planning, Sensing, and Control of Steerable Needles. Jur van den Berg, Sachin Patil, Ron Alterovitz, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. Ninth Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). Singapore. December 2010.
  • [ID115] Gravity-Based Robotic Cloth Folding. Jur van den Berg, Stephen Miller, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel. Ninth Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR). Singapore. December 2010.
  • [ID114] LQG-MP: Optimized Path Planning for Robots with Motion Uncertainty and Imperfect State Information. Jur van den Berg, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS). Zaragosa, Spain. June 2010.
  • [ID113] Superhuman Performance of Surgical Tasks by Robots using Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations. Jur van den Berg, Stephen Miller, Daniel Duckworth, Humphrey Hu, Andrew Wan, Xiao-Yu Fu, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). Anchorage, AL. May 2010. Best Medical Robotics Paper Award.
  • [ID112] Opinion Space: A Scalable Tool for Browsing Online Comments. Siamak Faridani, Ephrat Bitton, Kimiko Ryokai, Ken Goldberg. ACM International Conference on Computer Human Interaction (CHI). Atlanta, GA. April 2010.
  • [ID111] A Networked Telerobotic Observatory for Collaborative Remote Observation of Avian Activity and Range Change. Siamak Faridani, Bryce Lee, Selma Glasscock, John Rappole, Dezhen Song, Ken Goldberg. IFAC Conference on Networked Robots (NetRob). Denver, CO. Oct 2009.
  • [ID110] Surgical Retraction of Non-Uniform Deformable Layers of Tissue: 2D Robot Grasping and Path Planning. Rik Jansen, Kris Hauser, Nuttapong Chentanez, Frank van der Stappen, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). St Louis, Oct 2009.
  • [ID109] Nonparametric Belief Propagation for Distributed Tracking of Robot Networks with Noisy Inter-Distance Measurements. Jeremy Schiff, Erik Sudderth, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). St Louis, Oct 2009.
  • [ID108] Planning "Fireworks" Trajectories for Steerable Needles to Reduce Patient Trauma. Jijie Xu, Vincent Duindam, Ron Alterovitz, Adam Cunha, Jean Pouliot, I-Chow Joe Hsu, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). St Louis, Oct 2009.
  • [ID107] Interactive Simulation of Surgical Needle Insertion and Steering. Nuttapong Chentanez, Ron Alterovitz, Daniel Ritchie, Lita Cho, Kris Hauser, Ken Goldberg, Jonathon Shewchuk, James O'Brien. Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH Annual Conference Series (New Orleans, Louisiana), Aug. 2009.
  • [ID106] Feedback Control for Steering Needles Through 3D Deformable Tissue Using Helical Paths. Kris Hauser, Ron Alterovitz, Nuttapong Chentanez Allison Okamura, and Ken Goldberg. Robots: Science and Systems (RSS) Conference. Seattle, WA, June 2009.
  • [ID105] Guiding Medical Needles Using Single-Point Tissue Manipulation, Meysam Torabi, Kris Hauser, Ron Alterovitz, Vincent Duindam, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Kobe, Japan, May, 2009. Best Medical Robotics Paper Award Finalist.
  • [ID104] 3D Motion Planning Algorithms for Steerable Needles Using Inverse Kinematics. Vincent Duindam, Jijie Xu, Ron Alterovitz, Shankar Sastry, and Ken Goldberg. Eighth International Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR), Guanajuato, Mexico, December, 2008.
  • [ID103] Integrated Planning and Image-Guided Control for Planar Needle Steering. K. B. Reed, V. Kallem, R. Alterovitz, K. Goldberg, A. M. Okamura, N. J. Cowan. 2nd Biennial IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, Scottsdale, AZ, October, 2008.
  • [ID102] Motion Planning For Steerable Needles in 3D Environments with Obstacles Using Rapidly-Exploring Random Trees and Backchaining. Jijie Xu, Vincent Duindam, Ron Alterovitz, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Washington, DC. August 2008.
  • [ID101] System and Algorithms for an Autonomous Observatory Assisting the Search for the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker. Dezhen Song, Ni Qin, Yiliang Xu, Chang Young Kim, David Luneau, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Washington, DC. August 2008.
  • [ID100] Actuator Networks for Navigating an Unmonitored Mobile Robot. Jeremy Schiff, Anand Kulkarni, Danny Bazo, Vincent Duindam, Ron Alterovitz, Dezhen Song, Ken Goldberg. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Washington, DC. August 2008.
  • [ID99] Hydra: A Framework and Algorithms for Mixed-Initiative UAV-Assisted Search and Rescue. Ephrat Bitton and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE). Washington, DC. August 2008.
  • [ID98] Screw-Based Motion Planning for Bevel-Tip Flexible Needles in 3D Environments with Obstacles, Vincent Duindam, Ron Alterovitz, Shankar Sastry, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Pasadena, CA, May 2008.
  • [ID97] Eigentaste 5.0: Constant-Time Adaptability in a Recommender System Using Item Clustering, Tavi Nathanson, Ephrat Bitton, and Ken Goldberg. Working Paper Track. ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys), Minneapolis, MN, Oct 2007.
  • [ID96] Respectful Cameras: Detecting Visual Markers in Real-Time to Address Privacy Concerns, Jeremy Schiff, Marci Meingast, Deirdre Mulligan, Shankar Sastry, and Ken Goldberg. International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), San Diego, CA, Oct 2007.
  • [ID95] Automated Tracking of Pallets in Warehouses: Beacon Layout and Asymmetric Ultrasound Observation Models, Menasheh Fogel, Nathan Burkhart, Hongliang Ren, Jeremy Schiff, Max Meng, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Scottsdale, AZ, Sep 2007.
  • [ID94] Automated Feeding of Industrial Parts with Modular Blades: Design Software, Physical Experiments, and an Improved Algorithm, Onno Goemans, Marshall Anderson, Ken Goldberg, and Frank van der Stappen. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Scottsdale, AZ, Sep 2007.
  • [ID93] The Stochastic Motion Roadmap: A Sampling Framework for Planning with Markov Motion Uncertainty, Ron Alterovitz, Thierry Simeon, and Ken Goldberg. Robot Systems and Science (RSS), Atlanta, Jun 2007.
  • [ID92] Automated Intruder Tracking using Particle Filtering and a Network of Binary Motion Sensors, Jeremy Schiff and Ken Goldberg. Second IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Shanghai, Oct 2006.
  • [ID91] Constant-Curvature Motion Planning Under Uncertainty with Applications in Image-Guided Medical Needle Steering, Ron Alterovitz, Michael Branicky, and Ken Goldberg. Seventh Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR), New York City, July 2006.
  • [ID90] Blades: A New Class of Geometric Primitives for Feeding 3D Parts on Vibratory Tracks, Onno Goemans, Ken Goldberg, A. Frank van der Stappen, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2006, Orlando, Florida. Best Conference Paper Award Finalist.
  • [ID89] A Minimum Variance Calibration Algorithm for Pan-Tilt Robotic Cameras in Natural Environments, Dez Song, Ni Qin, and Ken Goldberg, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May. 2006, Orlando, Florida.
  • [ID88] Sentry Pallets for Automated Monitoring of Spatial Constraints: Models and Initial Experiments, Phillipe Cudre-Mauroux, Menasheh Fogel, Ken Goldberg, and Michael Franklin, Refereed Poster/Paper. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May. 2006, Orlando, Florida.
  • [ID87] Aligning Windows of Live Video from an Imprecise Pan-Tilt-Zoom Robotic Camera into a Remote Panoramic Display, Ni Qin, Dezhen Song, and Ken Goldberg, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May. 2006, Orlando, Florida.
  • [ID86] Networked Robotic Cameras for Collaborative Observation of Natural Environments, Ken Goldberg and Dezhen Song, 12th International Symposium of Robotics Research (ISRR), San Francisco, CA, October 2005.
  • [ID85] Steering Flexible Needles Under Markov Motion Uncertainty, Ron Alterovitz, Andrew Lim, Ken Goldberg, Gregory S. Chirikjian, and Allison M. Okamura, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems (IROS), Edmonton, Canada, August 2005.
  • [ID84] Automating Inspection and Documentation of Remote Building Construction using a Robotic Camera, Dezhen Song, Qiang Hu, Ni Qin, and Ken Goldberg, First IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (ICASE), Edmonton, Canada, Aug 1-2, 2005.
  • [ID83] On the Design of Guillotine Traps for Vibratory Bowl Feeders, Onno Goemans, Frank van der Stappen, Anthony Levandowski, Ken Goldberg, First IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (ICASE), Edmonton, Canada, Aug 1-2, 2005.
  • [ID82] Planning for Steerable Bevel-tip Needle Insertion through 2D Soft Tissue with Obstacles, Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, and Allison Okamura, IEEE ICRA 2005, Barcelona, Spain, April, 2005.
  • [ID81] Image Registration for Prostate MR Spectroscopy Using Biomechanical Modeling and Optimization of Force and Stiffness Parameters, Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, John Kurhanewicz, Jean Pouliot, I-Chow Hsu. IEEE Conference on Engineering In Medicine And Biology, San Francisco, CA, September 1-5, 2004.
  • [ID80] Computing Deform Closure Grasps, K. Gopal Gopalakrishnan and Ken Goldberg. Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, Utrecht, Holland. July 2004.
  • [ID79] D-Space and Deform Closure: A Framework for Holding Deformable Parts, K. "Gopal" Gopalakrishnan and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), April 2004. Best Manipulation Paper Award.
  • [ID78] An Exact Algorithm Optimizing Coverage-Resolution for Automated Satellite Frame Selection, Dezhen Song, A. Frank van der Stappen, Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), April 2004.
  • [ID77] Unsupervised Scoring for Internet-based Collaborative Tele-operation, Ken Goldberg, Dezhen Song, In Yong Song, Jane McGonigal, Wei Zheng, and Dana Plautz, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), April 2004.
  • [ID76] The Co-Opticon: Shared Access to a Robotic Streaming Video Camera, Dezhen Song and Ken Goldberg, Demonstration. Proceedings, ACM MultiMedia Conference. Berkeley, CA, November 2003.
  • [ID75] Sensorless Planning for Medical Needle Insertion Procedures, Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, Jean Pouliot, Richard Taschereau, and I-Chow Hsu, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems (IROS), October 2003. Best Conference Paper Award Finalist.
  • [ID74] ShareCam Part I: Interface, System Architecture, and Implementation of a Collaboratively Controlled Robotic Webcam, Dezhen Song and Ken Goldberg, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems, October 2003. Finalist, New Technology Foundation (NTF) Award for Papers on Entertainment Robots and Systems.
  • [ID73] ShareCam Part II: Approximate and Distributed Algorithms for a Collaboratively Controlled Robotic Webcam, Dezhen Song, Ken Goldberg, and Anatoly Pashkevich, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems, October 2003.
  • [ID72] Surgical Needle Insertion and Radioactive Seed Implantation: Simulation and Sensitivity Analysis, Ron Alterovitz, Jean Pouliot, Richard Taschereau, I-Chow Joe Hsu, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Taiwan, Sept 2003.
  • [ID71] 'Unilateral' Fixturing of Sheet Metal Parts Using Modular Jaws with Plane-Cone Contacts, K. "Gopal" Gopalakrishnan, Matthew Zaluzec, Patricia Deneszczuk , Rama Koganti, and Ken Goldberg. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Taiwan, Sept 2003.
  • [ID70] Efficient Algorithms for Shared Camera Control, Sariel Har-Peled, Vladlen Koltun, Dezhen Song, and Ken Goldberg. ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry, San Diego, June 2003.
  • [ID69] Simulating Needle Insertion and Radioactive Seed Implantation for Prostate Brachytherapy, R. Alterovitz, J. Pouliot, R. Taschereau, I.C. Hsu, and K. Goldberg. MMVR11 - NextMed: Health Horizon, 11th Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Newport Beach, California. January 2003.
  • [ID68] Exact and Distributed Algorithms for Collaborative Camera Control, D. Song, A. F. van der Stappen, and K. Goldberg, Fifth Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, Nice, France. Dec 2002.
  • [ID67] Internet-Based CAD Tool for Gripper Jaw Design, T. Zhang and K. Goldberg, Internet-Aided Design, Manufacturing and Commerce, 22nd ASME Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Montreal. October 2002.
  • [ID66] Collaborative Online Teleoperation with Spatial Dynamic Voting and a Human ``Tele-Actor'', K. Goldberg, D. Song, Y. Khor, D. Pescovitz, A. Levandowski, J. Himmelstein, J. Shih, A. Ho, E. Paulos, J. Donath, IEEE ICRA 2002, Washington, DC. May 2002.
  • [ID65] Orienting Micro-Scale Parts with Squeeze and Roll Primitives, M. Moll, K. Goldberg, M. Erdmann, R. Fearing, IEEE ICRA 2002, Washington, DC. May 2002.
  • [ID64] Fixturing hinged polygons, J-S. Cheong, K. Goldberg, M. Overmars, F van der Stappen, IEEE ICRA 2002, Washington, DC. May 2002.
  • [ID63] Gripping Parts at Concave Vertices, K. "Gopal" Gopalakrishnan and K. Goldberg, IEEE ICRA 2002, Washington, DC. May 2002.
  • [ID62] Optimal Design of Self-Aligning Robot Gripper Jaws, K. Goldberg and T. Zhang, SIAM Conference on Geometric Design and Computing (SIAG/GD), November 2001. Sacramento, California.
  • [ID61] Collaborative Control of Robot Motion: Robustness to Error, Ken Goldberg and Billy Chen. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems, October 2001.
  • [1D60] Shape Tolerance for Robot Gripper Jaws, Tao Zhang, Lawrence Cheung and Ken Goldberg, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Robots and Systems, October 2001.
  • [ID59] Orienting Parts by Inside-Out Pulling, RP Berretty, Ken Goldberg, Mark Overmars, and Frank van der Stappen, IEEE ICRA, Seoul, Korea. May 2001.
  • [ID58] Design of Gripper Jaws Based on Trapezoidal Modules, Tao Zhang and Ken Goldberg, IEEE ICRA, Seoul, Korea. May 2001.
  • [ID57] Collaborative Tele-directing, Judith Donath, Dana Spiegel, Matt Lee, Kelly Dobson and Ken Goldberg, ACM Conference on Computer Human Interaction (CHI), Seattle, WA. March, 2001.
  • [ID56] The Toppling Graph: Designing Pin Sequences for Part Feeding, (with Tao Zhang, Gordon Smith, RP Berretty, and Mark Overmars), IEEE ICRA, San Francisco, CA. April, 2000.
  • [ID55] Collaborative Teleoperation on the Internet, (with Steve Bui, Billy Chen, Bobak Farzin, Jacob Heitler, Derek Poon, Rory Solomon, and Gordon Smith), IEEE ICRA, San Francisco, CA. April, 2000.
  • [ID54] Compensatory Grasping with the Parallel-Jaw Gripper, (with Tao Zhang, Gordon Smith), 4th Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, Dartmouth, NH. March, 2000.
  • [ID53] A Brief History of Robotics, National Academy of Engineering Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, Irvine, CA. (published 1999).
  • [ID52] Geometric Trap Design for Automatic Part Feeders, (with R-P. Berretty and M. Overmars and F. Van der Stappen), International Symposium on Robotics Research. October 1999.
  • [ID51] Jester 2.0 : Evaluation of a New Linear Time Collaborative Filtering Algorithm, (with D. Gupta, M. Digiovanni, and H. Narita), Poster Session and Demonstration, 22nd International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval. August, 1999.
  • [ID50] MEMS Fixtures for Handling and Assembly of Microparts (with I. Tahhan, Y. Zhuang, K. Bohringer, and K. Pister), SPIE Conference on Micromachining and Microfabrication. Sept, 1999.
  • [ID49] Micro-Assembly Using Auditory Display of Force Feedback, (with T. Eme, P. Hauert, W. Zesch, and R. Siegwart), SPIE International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Advanced Manufacturing. September 1999.
  • [ID48] Geometric Algorithms for Trap Design, (with R-P. Berretty and M. Overmars and F. Van der Stappen), 15th ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry. May 1999.
  • [ID47] Trap Design for Vibratory Bowl Feeders (with R-P. Berretty, L. Cheung, M. Overmars, G. Smith, F. van der Stappen), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May, 1999.
  • [ID46] Computing Parallel-Jaw Grip Points (with Gordon Smith, Eric Lee, Karl Bohringer, and John Craig), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May, 1999.
  • [ID45] Estimating and Optimizing Throughput of a Robotic Part Feeder Using Queueing Theory, (with D. Gudmundsson), IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). October, 1998.
  • [ID44] Microassembly Technologies for MEMS, (with M. Cohn, K. Bohringer, J. Norworolski, A. Singh, C. Keller and R. Howe), SPIE Conference on Micromachining and Microfabrication. Santa Clara, CA. Sept 1998.
  • [ID43] Parallel Microassembly with Electrostatic Force Fields (with K. Bohringer and M. Cohn and A. Pisano and R. Howe), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). Leuven Belgium. May, 1998.
  • [ID42] Algorithms for Fence Design, (with R. P. Berretty and M. Overmars and F. Van der Stappen), 3rd Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR), also published in Robotics, The Algorithmic Perspective, ed. by P. Agarwal, L. Kavraki, and M. Mason. A. K. Peters. March, 1998.
  • [ID41] Shape Tolerance in Feeding and Fixturing, (with J. Chen and M. Overmars and D. Halperin and K. Bohringer and Y. Zhuang), 3rd Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (WAFR), also published in Robotics, The Algorithmic Perspective, ed. by P. Agarwal, L. Kavraki, and M. Mason. A. K. Peters. March 1998.
  • [ID40] Electrostatic Self-Assembly Aided by Ultrasonic Vibration (with K. Bohringer and M. Cohn and A. Pisano and R. Howe), American Vacuum Society 44th National Symposium. San Jose. October, 1997.
  • [ID39] Analysis of Part Motion on a Longitudinally Vibrating Plate, (with D. Reznik and J. Canny), IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). Grenoble, France. Sept, 1997.
  • [ID38] Geometry-Based Part Grouping for Assembly Planning, (with H. Moradi and S. Lee), IEEE International Symposium on Assembly and Task Planning. Los Angeles, CA. Aug 7-9, 1997.
  • [ID37] FixtureNet II: Interactive Redesign and Force Visualization on the Web, (with C. Anderson and Y. Zhuang), ASME Design for Manufacturing Conference. Sacramento, CA. Sept 14-17, 1997.
  • [ID36] Design Rules for Tolerance-Insensitive and Multi-Purpose Fixtures, (with Y. Zhuang), International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR), Monterey, CA. July, 1997. Also available from UC Berkeley's Engineering Science Research Center: ESRC97-02.
  • [ID35] On Fence Design and the Complexity of Push Plans for Orienting Parts, (with R. P. Berretty and M. Overmars and F. Van der Stappen), 1997 13th ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry. May 1997.
  • [ID34] Simplifying Complex CAD Geometry with Conservative Bounding Contours, (with Y. Zhuang and M. Pickett), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Albuquerque, NM, April, 1997.
  • [ID33] Tuning Robotic Part Feeder Parameters to Maximize Throughput, (with D. Gudmundsson), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Albuquerque, NM, April, 1997.
  • [ID32] Estimating Pose Statistics for Robotic Part Feeders, (with B. Mirtich, Y. Zhuang, J. Craig, R. Zanutta, B. Carlisle, and J. Canny), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Minneapolis, MN. April, 1996.
  • [ID31] Compiling Assembly Plans into Hard Automation, (with H. Moradi), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Minneapolis, MN. April, 1996.
  • [ID30] A Complete Algorithm for Designing Passive Fences to Orient Parts, (with J. Wiegley, M. Peshkin, and M. Brokowski), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Minneapolis, MN. April, 1996.
  • [ID29] Fixture Loading with Sensor-Based Motion Plans, (with K. Yu), IEEE International Symposium on Assembly and Task Planning (ISATP), August 1995. Best Paper Award Finalist.
  • [ID28] Fixturing Faceted Parts with Seven Modular Struts, (with R. Wagner and Y. Zhuang), IEEE ISATP, August 1995.
  • [ID27] Estimating Throughput for a Flexible Part Feeder, (with J. Craig, R. Zanutta, and B. Carlisle), International Symposium on Experimental Robotics (ISER), June 1995.
  • [ID26] Complete Algorithms for Feeding Polyhedral Parts using Pivot Grasps, (with A. Rao and D. Kriegman), IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Nagoya, Japan, May 1995. (Also in 1995 ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry, Vancouver, Canada. June 5-8, 1995.)
  • [ID25] Sensorless Manipulation Using Transverse Vibrations of a Plate, (with K. Bohringer and V. Bhatt), 1995 IEEE ICRA. Best Paper Award Finalist.
  • [ID24] Desktop Teleoperation via the WWW, (with M. Mascha, S. Gentner, N. Rothenberg, C. Sutter and J. Wiegley), 1995 IEEE ICRA.
  • [ID23] Beyond the Web: Excavating the Real World via Mosaic, (with M. Mascha, S. Gentner, J. Rossman, N. Rothenberg, C. Sutter and J. Wiegley), The 2nd International World Wide Web Conference, Chicago, IL. Oct 1994.
  • [ID22] On the Existence of Modular Fixtures, Y. Zhuang and YC Wong and K. Goldberg, IEEE ICRA. San Diego, CA. May 1994. Best Paper Award.
  • [ID21] A Complete Algorithm for Synthesizing Modular Fixtures for Polygonal Parts, Randy Brost and Ken Goldberg, IEEE ICRA, San Diego, CA. May 1994. Best Paper Award Semi-Finalist.
  • [ID20] A Pivoting Gripper for Feeding Industrial Parts, (with B. Carlisle, A. Rao, and J. Wiegley), ICRA, San Diego, CA. May 1994.
  • [ID19] ``RISC'' for Industrial Robotics: Recent Results and Open Problems, (with J. Canny), IEEE ICRA, San Diego, CA. May 1994.
  • [ID18] The Grasp Circuit Problem: Minimum Weight Fixed Length Cycles, (with Rajeev Motwani and Anil Rao), Workshop on Algorithms for Future Technologies - Budapest, Hungary, April 1994.
  • [ID17] On the Relation between Friction and Part Curvature in Parallel-Jaw Grasping, (with A. Rao), IEEE ICRA, May 1993.
  • [ID16] Grasp Recognition Strategies from Empirical Models, (with D. Kang), IEEE ICRA. May 1993.
  • [ID15] Optimal Placement of a Registration Mark, (with A. Rao), IEEE ICRA. May 1993.
  • [ID14] Curved Fences for Part Alignment, (with M. Brokowski and M. A. Peshkin), IEEE ICRA. May 1993.
  • [ID13] Shape from Diameter: Recognizing Polygonal Parts with a Parallel-Jaw Gripper, (with A. Rao), 4th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry, Newfoundland, Canada. August 1992.
  • [ID12] Probabilistic Interpretation Trees for Locating Polygonal Parts, (with K. Yu), IASTED International Conference on Control and Robotics, Vancouver, Canada. August 1992.
  • [ID11] Sorting Parts with a Parallel-Jaw Gripper, (with D. Kang), ASME Japan-USA Symposium on Flexible Automation, San Francisco, CA. July 1992.
  • [ID10] Shape Recognition by Random Grasping, (with D. Kang), IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Raleigh, NC. July 1992.
  • [ID09] Orienting Generalized Polygonal Parts, (with A. Rao), IEEE ICRA. Nice, France. May, 1992.
  • [ID08] A Shape Metric for Design-for-Assembly, (with G. Kim and G. Bekey), IEEE ICRA. May, 1992.
  • [ID07] Stable Grasping Without Sensors, American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting, San Francisco, CA. November 11, 1991.
  • [ID06] A Kinematically Yielding Gripper, International Symposium on Industrial Robotics, Detroit, Michigan. October 22, 1991.
  • [ID05] Generating Stochastic Plans for a Programmable Parts Feeder, (with M. T. Mason and M. Erdmann), IEEE ICRA, Sacramento, Calif. April 1991.
  • [ID04] Robotic Manipulation Planning with Stochastic Actions, (with A. Christiansen), DARPA Workshop on Innovative Approaches to Planning, Scheduling, and Control, San Diego, Calif. November 1990.
  • [ID03] Bayesian Grasping, (with M. T. Mason), IEEE ICRA, Cincinnati, Ohio. May 1990.
  • [ID02] Planning Sequences of Squeeze-Grasps to Orient and Grasp Polygonal Objects, (with M. T. Mason and R. H. Taylor), 7th Symposium on Theory and Practice of Robots and Manipulators, Udine, Italy. September 1988.
  • [ID01] Conditions for Symmetric Running in Single and Double Support, Ken Goldberg and Marc H. Raibert, IEEE ICRA, Raleigh, North Carolina. March 1987.

IE. Books and Book Chapters

  • [IE21] Cultivating the Uncanny: The Telegarden and Other Oddities. Elizabeth Jochum and Ken Goldberg. Chapter 8 of Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis. Edited by Damith Herath, Christian Kroos, and Stelarc. Springer Press. Summer 2016.
  • [IE20] The California Report Card: A Case Study. Brandie Nonnecke, Sanjay Krishnan, Camille Crittenden, and Ken Goldberg. in Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice. Eric Gordon and Paul Mihailidis, eds., MIT Press, Spring 2016.
  • [IE19] Algorithms for Visual Tracking of Visitors Under Variable-Lighting Conditions for a Responsive Audio Art Installation. Andrew Godbehere and Ken Goldberg. Chapter in Art and Robots , Amy Laviers and Magnus Egerstedt, eds., Springer, January 2014.
  • [IE18] Range Change Among New World Tropical and Subtropical Birds J.H. Rappole, S. Glasscock, Ken Goldberg, D. Song, & S. Faridani. Bonner Zoologische Monographien. (Zoological Monographs of the Koenig Museum) Bonn, Germany. Number 57. 2011.
  • [IE17] Art, Technology, and Culture -- UC Berkeley's Public Lecture Series: 1997-2010. Ken Goldberg. Berkeley Center for New Media. October 2010.
  • [IE16] Chapter: Respectful Cameras: Detecting Visual Markers in Real-Time to Address Privacy Concerns. Jeremy Schiff, Marci Meingast, Deirdre K. Mulligan, Shankar Sastry, and Ken Goldberg. In: Protecting Privacy in Video Surveillance. Edited by Andrew W. Senior. Springer. June 2010.
  • [IE15] Motion Planning in Medicine: Optimization and Simulation Algorithms for Image-Guided Procedures. Monograph. Ron Alterovitz and Ken Goldberg. Springer. Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics Vol 50. August 2008.
  • [IE14] Chapter: Networked Teleoperation. Dezhen Song, Ken Goldberg, Nak Young Chong. In: Springer Handbook of Robotics. Bruno Siciliano, Oussama Khatib, Eds. Springer-Verlag, April 2008.
  • [IE13] Chapter: O Fenomeno Unico de uma Distancia. (A Unique Phenomenon of a Distance) in O Chip E O Caldidoscopio, Lucia Leao, ed. Senac, San Paolo, Brazil, 2005.
  • [IE12] Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics V, Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, Joel Burdick, Ken Goldberg, and Seth Hutchinson, eds. Springer-Verlag, 2003.
  • [IE11] Beyond Webcams: An Introduction to Online Robots, Ken Goldberg and Roland Siegwart, eds. MIT Press, 2002.
  • [IE10] Geometry and Part Feeding, A.F. van der Stappen, R.-P. Berretty, K. Goldberg, and M.H. Overmars. In: Modelling of Sensor-Based Intelligent Robot Systems (H. Bunke, H.I. Christensen, G. Hager, R. Klein Eds.) Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag, Berlin (2001).
  • [IE09] The Robot in the Garden: Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the Age of the Internet, Ken Goldberg, Editor. MIT Press, June, 2000.
  • [IE08] Chapter: MicroAssembly, Karl Bohringer and Ken Goldberg and Ron Fearing, in Handbook of Industrial Robotics, 2nd Edition, edited by S. Nof. John Wiley and Sons, 1999.
  • [IE07] Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics. K. Goldberg, D. Halperin, J-C. Latombe, and R. Wilson, eds., A. K. Peters, 1995.
  • [IE06] Chapter: Completeness in Robot Motion Planning, in Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, A. K. Peters, 1995.
  • [IE05] Chapter: Feeding and Sorting Algorithms for the Parallel-Jaw Gripper, in Robotics Research, R. Paul and G. Giralt, eds, 1993.
  • [IE04] Chapter: A RISC Approach to Sensing and Manipulation, John Canny and Ken Goldberg, In Robotics Research, R. Paul and G. Giralt, eds, 1993.
  • [IE03] Neural Networks in Robotics, George Bekey and Ken Goldberg, Eds. Kluwer Academic, 1993.
  • [IE02] Chapter: Using Backpropagation with Temporal Windows to Learn the Dynamics of the CMU Direct-Drive Arm, Ken Goldberg and Barak Pearlmutter, in Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, Morgan Kaufmann. 1988.
  • [IE01] Chapter: Sensor-Based Manipulation Planning as a Game with Nature, M. T. Mason and R. H. Taylor and K. Goldberg, in Robotics Research, R. Bolles and B. Roth eds, MIT Press. 1987.

II. Other Refereed Publications

IIA. Patents

  • [IIA08] May 2011: Remote Collaborative Control and Direction. Inventors: K. Y. Goldberg, J. Donath, E. Paulos, D. Pescovitz, K. Dobson, M. Lee, A. Levandowski, D. Song, D. Spiegel, D. Tang. Joint between MIT and UC Berkeley. US Patent 7,937,285.
  • [IIA07] October 2010: Distal Bevel-Tip Needle Control Device and Algorithm. Inventors: R. Webster, A. Okamura, N. Cowan, G. Chirikjian, K. Y. Goldberg, and R. Alterovitz. Joint between Johns Hopkins and UC Berkeley. US Patent 7,822,458.
  • [IIA06] August 2003: Apparatus and Method for Recommending to an Individual Selective Information Contained within a Computer Network. Inventor: K. Y. Goldberg. UC Berkeley. U.S. Patent 6,606,624.
  • [IIA05] May 1999: A Television Event Marking System, Inventors: G. Kelly, J. Gee, K. Y. Goldberg, P. Levinson, and S. Fullam. A method for bookmarking viewer-selected TV broadcast events using a standard remote control. U.S. Patent 5,907,322.
  • [IIA04] January 1999: A Processor and Method for Developing a Set of Admissible Fixture Designs for a Workpiece. Inventors: R. Brost, K. Y. Goldberg, J. Canny, and A Wallack. Joint between Sandia National Laboratories and UC Berkeley. U.S. Patent 5,856,924.
  • [IIA03] August 1996: A Processor and Method for Developing a Set of Admissible Fixture Designs for a Workpiece. Inventors: R. Brost, K. Y. Goldberg, J. Canny, and A Wallack. Joint between Sandia National Laboratories and UC Berkeley. U.S. Patent 5,546,314.
  • [IIA02] February 1993: Low Friction Gripper. K. Y. Goldberg and M. L. Furst . Carnegie Mellon University. A design modification for the parallel-jaw gripper that improves grasp stability for polyhedral parts. U.S. Patent 5,186,515.
  • [IIA01] March 1992: Low Friction Gripper. K. Y. Goldberg and M. L. Furst. Carnegie Mellon University. A design modification for the parallel-jaw gripper that improves grasp stability for polyhedral parts. U.S. Patent 5,098,145.

IIB. Conference Presentations: Abstract Only

  • [IIB04] Simulation of Needle Insertion and Tissue Deformation for Modeling Prostate Brachytherapy. Nuttapong Chentanez, Ron Alterovitz, Daniel Ritchie, Lita Cho, Kris K. Hauser, Ken Goldberg, Jonathan R. Shewchuk, James F. O'Brien. Brachytherapy, Volume 9, Supplement 1. Abstracts of the 31st Annual Meeting of the American Brachytherapy Society April 29-May 1, 2010, April-June 2010, Pages S72-S73.
  • [IIB03] Geometric Nonlinearity: Is it Important for Real-time FEM Surgical Simulation?, Michael Wehner, Ron Alterovitz, and Ken Goldberg. Abstract Only. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 14 (MMVR14), Long Beach, CA, Jan. 2006.
  • [IIB02] Prostate MR Spectroscopy Image Registration Using Biomechanical Modeling of Tissue Deformations due to Endorectal Probe Insertion, Ron Alterovitz, Yongbok Kim, John Kurhanewicz, Jean Pouliot, I-Chow Hsu, and Ken Goldberg, 26th American Brachytherapy Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, June 1-3, 2005.
  • [IIB01] Registering MR with MRS images for HDR Prostate Treatment Using Finite Element Modeling, Ron Alterovitz, Ken Goldberg, John Kurhanewicz, Jean Pouliot, I-Chow Hsu. 46th American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, July 25-29, 2004.

IIC. Videos

  • [IIC02] Robot-Assisted Surgery: Autonomous Tumor Localization and Extraction: Palpation, Incision, Debridement and Adhesive Closure with the da Vinci Research Kit. Stephen McKinley, Siddarth Sen, Animesh Garg, Yiming Jen, David Gealy, Pieter Abbeel, Ken Goldberg. Best Video Award . Hamlyn Surgical Robotics Conference, London, June 2015.
  • [IIC01] Sensorless Manipulation Using Transverse Vibrations of a Plate, (with K. Bohringer and V. Bhatt), 1995 IEEE ICRA Video Proceedings.

IID. Newspapers, Newsletters, and Magazines

  • [IID19] The Robot-Human Alliance: Call it Multiplicity: diverse groups of people and machines working together. (Op-Ed). Ken Goldberg. Wall Street Journal. 12 June, 2017.
  • [IID18] Countering Singularity Sensationalism (Book Review). Ken Goldberg. Nature. Volume 526. pp 320-321. 15 October, 2015.
  • [IID17] Navigating the New RAS Publications Landscape. Antonio Bicchi, Ken Goldberg, Eugenio Guglielmelli, Allison Okamura, Frank Park. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. September, 2015.
  • [IID16] Emerging Advances in Automation: Guest Editorial for Special Issue. Ken Goldberg, Youfu Li, Yu Sun, Mari Pia Fanti, and Hesuan Hu. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, pp 22,98. Volume 22(2). June 2015. Summer 2015.
  • [IID15] Bloom. Ken Goldberg, Sanjay Krishnan, Fernanda Viegas, Martin Wattenberg. Text by JoAnne Northrup. Boom Magazine, UC Press. pp 78-85. Volume 5(2). Summer 2015.
  • [IID14] The Cloud Will Be the Key to Our Robotic Future. Ken Goldberg. Time Magazine Online. 9 July, 2015.
  • [IID13] Op-Ed: "Let's Amplify California's Collective Intelligence." Gavin Newsom and Ken Goldberg. San Francisco Chronicle. 10 June 2014.
  • [IID12] Op-Ed: "'Made in the USA' can be Revitalized." Ken Goldberg and Vijay Kumar. San Jose Mercury News. 24 October 2007.
  • [IID11] Mori: An Internet-Based Earthwork,Ken Goldberg, Randall Packer, Wojciech Matusik and Gregory Kuhn, Leonardo Journal, 35(3), Spring 2002.
  • [IID10] Hotlist: Fresh Data, ArtForum, November 2001.
  • [IID09] Levitation, Telerobotics, and Telepistemology. translated, in Lebdim, Kaj Potem (Aleksandra Kostic ed). KIBLA, Association for Culture and Education, Maribor, Slovenia. Summer 2000.
  • [IID08] The Mercury Project: A Feasibility Study for Internet Robots,(with S. Gentner, C. Sutter, and J. Wiegley), IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 1999.
  • [IID07] Virtual Reality in the Age of Telepresence, Convergence, 4(1), 33-37. Spring 1998.
  • [IID06] The Invisible Cantilever, Newsletter of the Electrochemical Society, 6(1). Spring 1997.
  • [IID05] Compiling Assembly Plans into Hard Automation, (with H. Moradi), SPIE Robotics and Machine Perception Newsletter, 6(1). April 1997.
  • [IID04] A Telerobotic Garden on the World Wide Web, (with J. Santarromana and G. Bekey and S. Gentner and R. Morris and C. Sutter and J. Wiegley), SPIE Robotics and Machine Perception Newsletter, 5(1). March 1996. Reprinted in: SPIE OE Reports, 150, June 1996.
  • [IID03] A RISC Approach to Robotics, (with J. Canny), IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 1(1). March 1994.
  • [IID02] Geometric Uncertainty in Robot Motion Planning: Summary Report and Bibliography of the NSF Workshop, (with Matt Mason and Ari Requicha). IEEE Robotics and Automation Newsletter, Vol. 6, Number 4, October, 1992.
  • [IID01] X-Y Interpolation Algorithms. Ken Goldberg and Melvin M. Goldberg. Robotics Age, 5(3), 22-25. May 1983.

IIE. Juried Art Exhibits

Films and Film Festivals

Solo Exhibitions

  • [IIE14] "The Whole Cinemagillah" National Museum of American Jewish History. Philadelphia, PA. Dec-May, 2017.
  • [IIE13] "Body in White" Bridget Mayer Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. September, 2015.
  • [IIE12] "Natural Frequencies" 100th Anniversary of Sather Tower, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. February, 2015.
  • [IIE11] "Bloom" Curated by JoAnne Northrup. Nevada Museum of Art. Reno, NV, February-June, 2013.
  • [IIE10] "Are We There Yet?," Contemporary Jewish Museum. San Francisco, CA, April-July, 2011.
  • [IIE09] Catharine Clark Gallery. San Francisco, CA, May-June, 2009.
  • [IIE08] San Francisco Ballet at SF Opera House. Performed by Muriel Maffre. April 2006.
  • [IIE07] Arlington Arts Center. Curated by Carol Lukitsch. Arlington, VA. Nov 2005 - Jan 2006.
  • [IIE06] Whitney Museum of American Art Artport. Curated by Christiane Paul. September, 2004.
  • [IIE05] The Kitchen. Curated by Christina Yang. New York City. March-April, 2003.
  • [IIE04] Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Matrix Series (186), Berkeley, CA. 2000.
  • [IIE03] Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria. 1995-2004.
  • [IIE02] Fisher Gallery, LAX: The Los Angeles Biennial, 1992.
  • [IIE01] Forbes Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. 1990.

Juried Group Exhibitions

  • [IIE84] Engineering Utopia. Curated by Kris Paulsen. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. June 2017.
  • [IIE83] Double Data: Typography + Data Visualization. Curated by Brad Bartlett. Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA. Oct-Dec 2016.
  • [IIE82] National Academies Keck Futures Initiative (NAKFI) Symposium. Curated by JD Talasek. Irvine, CA. Nov 2015.
  • [IIE81] Visualizations: Science and Art. Curated by Margaret Lazzari. South Bay Contemporary, San Pedro, CA. May 2015.
  • [IIE80] "Drought." Sym.bi.osis: Art & Science Intersect. Curated by Satri Pencak and Debra Lehane. Agrella Art Gallery. Santa Rosa Junior College, CA. Sept/Oct 2014.
  • [IIE79] "Wow and Flutter" The Battery, San Francisco, CA. April 2014.
2010:
  • [IIE78] "Teen-Age: You Just Don't Understand", Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Group show of collaborations on art and technology between adults and teens curated by Catharine Clark and Ken Goldberg. September 2010.
  • [IIE77] ArtZone Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Curated by Hanna Regev and Steven Lopez. Jan-Feb 2010.

2009:

  • [IIE76] Lisbon Biennial. Cordoaria, Lisbon, Portugal. Curated by Leonel Moura. Oct-Nov 2009.
  • [IIE75] Slaughterhouse Art Center, Healdsburgh, CA. Curated by Hanna Regev. Oct 2009.

2008:

  • [IIE74] Panorama: A MultiMedia Happening: UC Berkeley Pauley Ballroom, Nov 2008.
  • [IIE73] Hunch. Installation. Headlands Center for the Arts. August, 2008.
  • [IIE72] Contemporary Art in the Post-Biological Age, Ministry of Culture and Mass Communication, Russian Federation. National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Kaliningrad, Russia. Curated by Dmitry Bulatov.
  • [IIE71] DAWN: Opening Celebration. Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco. Curated by David Katznelson. June.
  • [IIE70] Cartes Centre for Art and Technology, Tapiola, Espoo, Finland, Curated by Maria Tjader-Knight. May-September.
2007:
  • [IIE69] Random Access Memory. Wang Museum of Technology, Miami. Curated by Cristine Wang. Dec.
  • [IIE68] Fastforward: Robots. PAN | Palazzo delle Arti, Napoli, Italy. Curated by Laura Bardier. Nov.
  • [IIE67] RIP.MIX.BURN.BAM.PFA. Berkeley Museum of Art Pacific Film Archive. Curated by Richard Rinehart. Oct-Nov.
  • [IIE66] Territoires Invisibles. Maison Europienne de la Photographie. Paris. Curated by Henry Chapier and Jean-Luc Soret. Sept-Oct.
  • [IIE65] Performing Presence: From the Live to the Simulated. A research project by Nick Kaye (Exeter UK), Gabriella Giannachi (Exeter UK), Mel Slater (University College London), and Michael Shanks (Stanford USA). Through June 2009.
2006:
  • [IIE64] Edge Conditions. San Jose Art Museum. Curated by Steve Dietz. Aug-Nov.
  • [IIE63] NextNew. San Jose Art Institute for Contemporary Art. Curated by Cathy Kimball. Aug.
  • [IIE62] A Measure of Time: American Art 1900 to the Present. Berkeley Art Museum. Curated by Lucinda Barnes. Feb-Dec.
  • [IIE61] Thirteenth International Symposium of Electronic Arts (ISEA)/ ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge. Curated by Steve Dietz and Joel Slayton. Aug.
  • [IIE60] Revolutionary Tides. The Wolfsonian Museum, Miami Beach, FL. Curated by Jeffrey T. Schnapp. Feb-Jun.
2005:
  • [IIE59] Blur of the Otherworldly: Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal. Center for Art and Visual Culture, UMBC. Baltimore, MD. Curated by Mark Alice Durant and Jane Marsching. Oct-Dec.
  • [IIE58] Revolutionary Tides. Cantor Center for the Arts. Stanford, CA. associated with the Stanford Crowds Project (website curated by Andrew V.Uroskie). Curated by Jeffrey T. Schnapp. Sep-Dec.
  • [IIE57] Storyrooms. Communications Gallery, The Museum of Science and Industry. Manchester, UK. Curated by Andrea Zapp. Oct-Nov.
  • [IIE56] Alphaville Under Construction. www.inliquid.com, Philadelphia, PA. Curated by Emily Zimmerman Sept-Oct.
  • [IIE55] Making Things Public (online). ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany. Curated by Steve Dietz. March-July.
  • [IIE54] Techno-Sublime. University of Colorado Museum of Art. Boulder. CO. Curated by Lisa Tamiris Becker. February-March.

2004:

  • [IIE52] Self-Sufficient. Curated by Barbara O'Brien. Cambridge Arts Council. Cambridge, MA. September-November.
  • [IIE51] Hyper-Runt, curated by Ebon Fisher and Emily Zimmerman. Online at www.inliquid.com, September.
  • [IIE50] San Jose Tech Museum of Innovation. June-July.

2003:

  • [IIE49] Williamson Gallery, Pasadena Art Center. Curated by Stephen Nowlin. April-May.
  • [IIE48] San Francisco Cameraworks. Curated by Marisa Olsen. February.

2002:

  • [IIE47] Buenos Aires Biennial. Argentina. Nov-Dec 2002.
  • [IIE46] In the Making. Curated by Adi Shamir and Marina McDougall. CCAC Wattis Institute. San Francisco. Nov 2002 - Jan 2003.
  • [IIE45] Oklahoma City Museum of Art. September 5, 2002 - November 3, 2002.
  • [IIE44] Infotecture. Curated by Jenelle Porter. Artistsspace. New York, NY. May 2002 - July 2002

2001:

  • [IIE43] Atlanta College of Art Gallery. Oct - Nov.
  • [IIE42] Austin Museum of Art. July - Sept.
  • [IIE41] Re: Duchamp: A Travelling Exhibition. Curated by Cristine Wang. Venice Biennale. 6-11 June.
  • [IIE40] Pasadena Art Center College of Design. May - June.
  • [IIE39] Telematic Connections. Curated by Steve Dietz, Independent Curators International (ICI). San Francisco Art Institute, Feb-March 2001.

2000:

  • [IIE38] Dystopia and Identity in the Age of Global Communications, Tribes Gallery, New York, NY. December.
  • [IIE37] F I L E: Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletronica, MIS, Museu da Imagem e do Som, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Aug-Nov.
  • [IIE36] Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, NY. Mar-Jun.
  • [IIE35] Kwangju Biennial, South Korea, Mar-July.
  • [IIE34] High Touch High Tech,Refusalon, San Francisco, April.
  • [IIE33] Art Entertainment Network,Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. Feb-June.
  • [IIE32] Arte Red, El Pais Digital, Madrid. Feb.
  • [IIE31] Particle Accelerators: At the Intersection of Science, Technology, and Photography. Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA. Jan-Feb.

1999:

  • [IIE30] ICC Biennale, Tokyo. Mori,Oct-Nov.
  • [IIE29] School of Visual Arts: Digital Salon, New York, NY. Nov-Dec.
  • [IIE28] The Net Condition, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany. Sep - Jan.
  • [IIE27] Rhizome Artbase, (ongoing).

1998:

  • [IIE26] Interiors, San Francisco International Art Expo, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco.
  • [IIE25] Shock of the View, Walker Art Museum, Exhibition 1
    http://www.walkerart.org/salons/shockoftheview/
  • [IIE24] Ninth International Symposium on Electronic Art, Liverpool and Manchester, UK: http://www.fact.co.uk/ISEA98/websites.htm
  • [IIE23] Beyond Interface, Curated by Steve Dietz, Walker Art Museum. International Conference on Museums and the Web, Toronto:
    http://www.walkerart.org/gallery9/beyondinterface/
  • [IIE22] Interface: Art + Tech in the Bay Area, Duke University Art Museum.
  • [IIE21] CyberAtlas: Intelligent Life, Guggenheim Art Museum Online. http://cyberatlas.guggenheim.org.

1997:

  • [IIE20] Beyond Architecture, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago.
  • [IIE19] Real World, New Langton Arts, San Francisco.
  • [IIE18] Review Virtuelle, (CD-ROM), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.

1996:

  • [IIE17] Artifices 4, La Villette, Paris.
  • [IIE16] Dutch Electronic Art Festival '96, Rotterdam.
  • [IIE15] Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans.
  • [IIE14] Blasthaus Gallery, San Francisco.

1995:

  • [IIE13] Festival for Visual Arts (FIVA) Online '95, Montreal.
  • [IIE12] Siggraph '95, Los Angeles.
  • [IIE11] Site Gallery, Los Angeles.
  • [IIE10] Interactive Media Festival, Los Angeles.
  • [IIE09] Digital Alchemy, San Francisco.
  • [IIE08] LA Art Fair, LA Convention Center.

1993:

  • [IIE07] Moscone Center, San Francisco.
  • [IIE06] Downey Museum of Art, Downey, CA.
  • [IIE05] Siggraph '93: Machine Culture, Anaheim, CA.
  • [IIE04] Pauline Hirsh Gallery, Los Angeles.

1992:

  • [IIE03] Onyx Gallery, Los Angeles.
  • [IIE02] Siggraph '92, Chicago.

1991:

  • [IIE01] Siggraph '91, Las Vegas.

IIF. Panels:

(See Invited Talks below)

III. Non-Refereed Publications:

  • [III07] A New Derivation and Dataset for Fitts' Law of Human Motion. Ken Goldberg, Siamak Faridani and Ron Alterovitz. EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley Technical Report No. UCB/EECS-2013-171 October 2013.
  • [III06] Cloud Robotics and Automation: A Survey of Related Work. K. Goldberg and B. Kehoe. EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley, Technical Report UCB/EECS-2013-5. January 2013.
  • [III05] Sensitivity Analysis: Unexpected Outcomes in Art and Engineering. Keynote Talk Abstract ACM Conference on Multi-Media. Santa Barbara, CA. October 23-26, 2006.
  • [III04] Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Workholding. Michael Wang, Edward DeMeter, Shreyes Melkote, Ken Goldberg, and Zexiang Li. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, 1(2), October 2004.
  • [III03] Editorial. Peter Luh, Ken Goldberg, and Richard Volz. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, 1(1), July 2004.
  • [III02] Editorial: CADML: A Markup Language for Part Feeding. Ken Goldberg. Assembly Automation Journal, 23(1), 2003.
  • [III01] Viewpoint: Part Feeding: In Search of the Universal ``Turning'' Machine, Ken Goldberg. Assembly Automation Journal, 19(3), 1999.

    IIIA. Invited Conference Papers:

    • [IIIA12] Putting the Turing into Manufacturing: Recent Developments in Algorithmic Automation. Ken Goldberg. Invited Keynote: Extended Abstract. ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG). Rio de Janiero, Brazil. June 2013.
    • [IIIA11] A Minimalist Telerobotic Installation on the Internet Ken Goldberg and Bob Farzin, 1st Workshop on Web Robots, International Conference on Robots and Intelligent Systems (IROS), Vancouver, Sep 98.
    • [IIIA10] FixtureNet: Interactive Computer Aided Design via the WWW, Ken Goldberg and R. Wagner and G. Castanotto, 4th International Conference on AI in Design, Stanford, CA, Jun 1996.
    • [IIIA09] Mechanical Design Evaluation Via the Internet, Ken Goldberg and R. Wagner and G. Castanotto, SPIE Workshop on Modeling, Simulation, and Control Technologies for Manufacturing, Philadelphia, PA, Oct 1995.
    • [IIIA08] Dextrous Manipulation with the Parallel-Jaw Gripper, Ken Goldberg, NSF Design and Manufacturing Systems Conference, January, 1994.
    • [IIIA07] Automatic Design and Assembly of Fixtures using Modular Components, Ken Goldberg, G. Bekey, L. King, and A. Requicha, NSF `[IIIA06] Removing the ``Black Art'' from Part Feeder Design, Robotic Industries Association (RIA) Workshop on Flexible Part Feeding, October, 1993.
    • [IIIA05] Positioning Polygonal Parts without Sensors, Ken Goldberg and Amir Mottaez, SPIE Conference on Sensors and Controls for Automated Manufacturing Systems, September, 1993.
    • [IIIA04] Handling Industrial Parts with the Parallel-Jaw Gripper, Ken Goldberg, NSF Design and Manufacturing Systems Conference, January, 1993.
    • [IIIA03] Computing a Statistical Distribution of Stable Poses for a Polyhedron, J. Wiegley and A. Rao and Ken Goldberg, 30th Annual Allerton Conference on Communications, Control and Computing, University of Illinois, September, 1992.
    • [IIIA02] Progress in Robotic Manipulation, Ken Goldberg, M. T. Mason and R. C. Brost, NSF Manufacturing Systems Research Conference, Arizona State University. January 1990.
    • [IIIA01] Progress in Robotic Manipulation, (with M. T. Mason and Y. Wang), NSF Manufacturing Systems Research Conference, Berkeley, California. January 1989.

    Selected Press and Reviews

    Invited Talks

    1. Technion University, (Israel), May 86
    2. Weizmann Institute, (Israel), March 86
    3. Hughes Malibu, CA, May 89
    4. NYU Courant Institute, NY, June 89
    5. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT-Japan), January 90
    6. Matsushita Electric Corp, (Japan), January 90
    7. Hitachi Corp., (Japan), January 90
    8. Electro-Technical Laboratory (MITI-Japan), January 90
    9. Computer Science Dept, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, May 90
    10. Teleos Research, CA, June 90
    11. Computer Science Dept, Cornell University, NY, November 90
    12. Computer Science Dept, NYU Courant Institute, NY, November 90
    13. Computer Science Dept, Oxford University, (England), December 90
    14. 29th Annual Bayesian Research Conference, CA, February 91
    15. Computer Science Dept, UC Berkeley, CA, May 91
    16. Apple Computer, Manufacturing Div, CA, May 91
    17. Canon Business Machines, CA, May 91
    18. Odetics Corporation, CA, June 91
    19. Computer Science Dept, Stanford University, CA, June 91
    20. Yamaha Research, CA, August 91
    21. Information Sciences Institute, CA, October 91
    22. Computer Science Dept, University of Pennsylvania, PA, December 91
    23. Transitions Research Corporation, CT, January 92
    24. Computer Science Dept, Columbia University, NY, January 92
    25. National Science Foundation, DC, January 92
    26. Mechanical Engineering Dept, Caltech, CA, April 92
    27. Feeder Systems, CA, April 92
    28. Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale et d'Intelligence Artificielle
    29. LIFIA Research Laboratory (Grenoble, France), May 92
    30. Consortium for Automated Manufacturing (CAM-I), Annual Meeting, CA, November 92
    31. Stanford Workshop on Assembly and Concurrent Engineering, CA, November 92
    32. Computer Science Dept, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, January 93
    33. Informations Sciences Institute, CA, February 93
    34. MIT AI Lab, March 93
    35. General Motors Research, MI, March 93
    36. SIGGRAPH Monthly Meeting, CA, April 93
    37. Mechanical Engineering Dept, UCLA , June 93
    38. Computer Science Dept, Technical University of Berlin, June 93
    39. Academy of Media Arts, Cologne, Germany, June 93
    40. University of Paris IX, June 93
    41. Sandia National Labs, July 93
    42. The First Los Angeles Area Robotics Symposium, Nov 93
    43. W.V.T. Rusch Engineering Honors Colloquium (USC), Nov 93
    44. Iaccoca Institute, Lehigh University, PA, Dec 93
    45. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, CA, Dec 93
    46. AAAI Spring Symposium, Stanford, CA, Mar 94
    47. Mechanical Engineering, UC Irvine, May 94
    48. Computer Science Dept, University of Washington, Seattle, July 94
    49. National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, Aug 94
    50. Computer Science Dept, UC Berkeley, Sept 94
    51. Computer Science Dept, Stanford, Nov 94
    52. Long Beach Museum of Art, Jan 95
    53. IEOR Dept, UC Berkeley, Feb 95
    54. USC School of Cinema Television, LA, Mar 95
    55. Interactive Media Salon, American Film Institute, LA, Mar 95
    56. LA Robotics Symposium, UCLA, April 95
    57. Art Dept, UC Santa Barbara, May 95
    58. Computer Science Dept, Utrecht University, Holland, July 95
    59. ESPRIT ProMotion Project Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy, July 95
    60. Research Directions in Mfg Roundtable, SPIE, Philadelpha, Oct 95
    61. Education in Mfg Roundtable, SPIE, Philadelpha, Oct 95
    62. Exploratorium, SF, Nov 95
    63. US Navy Strategic Studies Group, Asilomar, Dec 95
    64. National Association of Engineering Student Councils, Mar 96
    65. IEEE Panel: Grand Challenges in Robotics, April 96
    66. Parents Weekend, UC Berkeley, Sept 96
    67. UCB Art Dept, Sept 96
    68. MIT Media Lab, Oct 96
    69. MIT AI Lab, Oct 96
    70. Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF), Rotterdam, Oct 96
    71. Computer Science Dept, Carnegie Mellon, Nov 96
    72. IEOR Monday Seminar, UC Berkeley, Nov 96
    73. IEOR Dept, University of Washington, Jan 97
    74. Cemex Corp, Monterrey, Mexico, Feb 97
    75. Interval Research, CA, Feb 97
    76. UCB Interdisciplinary Studies Lecture, Mar 97
    77. Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, Mar 97
    78. School of Visual Arts (SVA), NY, Mar 97
    79. Computer Science Dept, NYU, Mar 97
    80. Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, CO, Apr 97
    81. IBM Research, Almaden, May 97
    82. Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria, Jun 97
    83. Slovakian Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovakia, Jun 97
    84. Computer Science Dept, Czech Technical University, Prague, CZ, Jun 97
    85. Trappls Institute, Vienna, Austria, Jun 97
    86. CAiiA Symposium on New Media, Newport, Wales, Jun 97
    87. Siggraph, Interfacing Realities Panel, Aug 97
    88. International Symposium on Electronic Art, Chicago, Sep 97
    89. Festival for Computer, New Media, and Communications Art, SF, Sep 97
    90. Berkeley Seismological Laboratory, Oct 97
    91. Southern Exposure Gallery, Dec 97
    92. NTT International Technology Summit, San Francisco, Feb 98
    93. UC Santa Cruz, Dept of Art, Mar 98
    94. Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, CO, Apr 98
    95. Department of Applied Mathematics, Tel Aviv University, July 98
    96. Xerox PARC Forum, Aug 98
    97. Frontiers of Engineering, National Academy of Engineering, Sept 98
    98. San Francisco Art Institute, Oct 98
    99. Computer Science Dept, Stanford Seminar on Geometry, Graphics, Robotics and Vision, Oct 98
    100. Eyebeam Atelier and the X Art Foundation, NY, Nov 98
    101. Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Nov 98
    102. Intel, Dec 98
    103. Computer Science Dept, Stanford Seminar on Human Computer Interfaces, Jan 99
    104. IEOR Dept, UC Berkeley, Feb 99
    105. CS Dept, Stanford Seminar on Virtual Prototyping, May 99
    106. IEEE ICRA, Workshop on Distributed Manipulation, May 99
    107. IEEE ICRA, Workshop on Challenges in Internet Telerobotics, May 99
    108. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 80th Annual Meeting, SF, June 99
    109. CS Dept, Columbia University, NY, Oct 99
    110. EECS Dept, Distinguished Lecture, UC Berkeley, Nov 99
    111. National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, Board Meeting, San Jose, Jan 00
    112. IEOR Dept, UC Berkeley, Feb 00
    113. Rising Tide Summit, New York, Jun 00
    114. Black Oak Bookstore, Berkeley, Jul 00
    115. TechNation Interview (National Public Radio), Aug 00
    116. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Sep 00
    117. MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Cambridge, Sep 00
    118. San Francisco International Art Fair, Panel on Modernism and Net Art, Sept 00
    119. Studio 201, Department of Architecture, UC Berkeley, Sept 00
    120. Stanford Digital Art Center, CA, Oct 00
    121. Cooper Union, NY, Oct 00
    122. Razorfish, NY, Oct 00
    123. MIT Press Panel Discussion, Cambridge, Nov 00
    124. MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Nov 00
    125. Maison Suger (ISEA 2000), Paris, Dec 00
    126. Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State Univ., Jan 01
    127. National Academy of Sciences Committee on IT and Creativity, Stanford, Jan 01
    128. Hewlett Packard Research Lab, Palo Alto, Apr 01
    129. NYU, Interactive Telecommunications Program, Apr 01
    130. NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, May 01
    131. USC Workshop on Collaboration in Art and Science, June 01
    132. UC Digital Media Innovation Program, Microsoft Research Lab, CA, Oct 01
    133. HKN, EECS Honor Society, UC Berkeley, Oct 01
    134. CS Dept, University of British Columbia, Oct 01
    135. Toyota Lecture, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, Nov 01
    136. MIT Press Steve Wilson Book Launch, Microsoft Research Lab, CA, Dec 01
    137. IDEO Design, CA, Dec 01
    138. Podewil Center, Berlin, Dec 01
    139. Max Planck Institute, Berlin, Dec 01
    140. Intel Research, Portland, OR, July 02
    141. Intel Research Lab, Berkeley, CA, Aug 02
    142. NYU, Interactive Telecommunications Program, Sep 02
    143. U Washington, Walker-Ames Lecture, Seattle, Jan 03
    144. U Washington, Information School, Jan 03
    145. U Washington, College of Engineering, Jan 03
    146. Microsoft Research, Seattle, Jan 03
    147. UC Berkeley, Dept of Architecture, Feb 03
    148. UC Berkeley, EECS Dept, Feb 03
    149. Intel Research Lab, Berkeley, CA, Mar 03
    150. UC Berkeley, IEOR Dept, Mar 03
    151. Fuji-Xerox Palo Alto Research Laboratory (FXPAL), Mar 03
    152. Intel Research Labs, Portland, OR, Sept 03
    153. College of Engineering Distinguished Alumni Awards, UC Berkeley, Sept 03
    154. EURON 2003 Summer School in Online and Internet Robots, Spain, Sept 03
    155. dorkbot, rxgallery, SF, Oct 03
    156. Association of Contemporary Art Museums, Berkeley, Nov 03
    157. UC Berkeley, School of Education, Nov 03
    158. San Francisco Art Institute, Feb 04
    159. Oakland Museum of Art, CA, Mar 04
    160. The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, Mar 04
    161. Lehigh U, Computer Science, PA, Mar 04
    162. UC Berkeley, Rhetoric Dept Seminar, CA, Apr 04
    163. NextFest: Panel on Future of Robotics, CA, May 04
    164. Berkeley Institute of Design, CA, May 04
    165. Plenary Lecture: Workshop on Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, Zeiss, Holland, Jul 04
    166. WTEC/NSF Workshop on U.S. Robotics Research, Washington, DC, Jul 04
    167. AAAI Workshop on Supervisory Control of Learning and Adaptive Systems, Jul 04
    168. Earthquake Centennial Committee, Oakland Museum, CA, Jul 04
    169. Cambridge Contemporary Arts Center, MA, Sep 04
    170. MIT Computer Science, Cambridge, MA, Sep 04
    171. RoboNexus, Santa Clara, CA, Oct 04
    172. Distributed Form: Network Practice Symposium: UC Berkeley, Oct 04
    173. Oxbow School, Napa, CA, Oct 04
    174. California College of Art, Oakland, CA, Oct 04
    175. UC Berkeley Art Practice Seminar, Berkeley, CA, Oct 04
    176. BioAgenda, Palm Springs, CA, Dec 04
    177. Stanford Human Computer Interaction Seminar, Feb 05
    178. Intel Research Lab, Portland, OR, Mar 05
    179. The Upgrade (Eyebeam), NY, NY, Mar 05
    180. KQED, San Francisco, Apr 05
    181. Google Research Lab, Mountain View, Apr 05
    182. Computers, Privacy, and Freedom Conference, Seattle, Apr 05
    183. Private Conduct, Public Spaces Symposium, Berkeley, Apr 05
    184. Centre d'Art Santa Monica (CASM), Barcelona, Apr 05
    185. Plenary Lecture: First IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Edmondton, Canada, Aug 05
    186. RoboNexus, San Jose, CA, Oct 05
    187. Animal Behavior Seminar, Biology Dept, UCB, Oct 05
    188. Plenary Lecture: ACM Conference on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST), Seattle, WA, Oct 05
    189. Crowds Symposium, Stanford Humanities Lab, CA, Nov 05
    190. Zeum Kids Museum, San Francisco, CA, Nov 05
    191. IEEE General Student Chapter Meeting, Berkeley, CA, Nov 05
    192. UCSB Media Arts, SB, CA, Jan 05
    193. UCLA Media Arts, LA, CA, Jan 05
    194. UC Berkeley Computer Vision Seminar, CA, Feb 05
    195. California College of Art (CCA), Graduate Photography Seminar, CA, Feb 05
    196. UC Berkeley, I-School Faculty Lunch, Apr 06
    197. Berkeley Art Museum, Apr 06
    198. Banquet Lecture: UC Berkeley, EECS Faculty Retreat, May 06
    199. UC Berkeley, University Section Club, May 06
    200. Creative Commons Salon, SF, May 06
    201. Institute for the Future, Palo Alto, May 06
    202. California College of Art, June 06
    203. Siemens Research Lab, Berkeley, June 06
    204. Museum of Jewish Heritage, NY, July 06
    205. Siemens Automation Symposium, Napa, Aug 06
    206. Fulbright Fellows Seminar, Berkeley, CA, Aug 06
    207. Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO) Orientation, Berkeley, CA, Aug 06
    208. Department of Automation, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Oct 06
    209. Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, Oct 06
    210. Academy of Art and Design, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Oct 06
    211. Berkeley Art Museum, CA, Oct 06
    212. Google Research Lab, Mountain View, CA, Oct 06
    213. Plenary Lecture: ACM Multi-Media Conference (MM), Santa Barbara, CA, Oct 06
    214. San Francisco City Hall, Roundtable on Telecommunications Policy, CA, Nov 06
    215. GRASP Robotics Lab, Univ of Pennsylvania, Phila, PA, Nov 06
    216. CITRIS Distinguished Lecture Series, UC Berkeley, CA, Nov 06
    217. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Annual Meeting, SF, Feb 07
    218. NASA Ames Research, Mt View, CA, Apr 07
    219. Plenary Lecture: IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Rome, Italy, Apr 07
    220. UC Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA), Berkeley, May 07
    221. Stanford Human Computer Interaction Seminar, May 07
    222. Banquet Lecture: Robotics: Science and Systems Conference (RSS), Atlanta, GA, Jun 07
    223. Soap Box Lecture, Bernal Bubbles, SF, Jul 07
    224. Animal Psychology Research Group, UC Berkeley, Jul 07
    225. PARC Forum, Palo Alto, Jul 07
    226. Art and Robots Workshop, IROS San Diego, Nov 07
    227. NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program, NY, Feb 08
    228. UC Santa Cruz Dept of Art, Feb 08
    229. Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute, Pittsburgh, Feb 08
    230. French American High School, SF, Mar 08
    231. Industrial Design Seminar, UC Berkeley, Mar 08
    232. Art and Law Seminar, Stanford Law School, Mar 08
    233. Ergonomics Seminar, UC Berkeley, Mar 08
    234. Panasonic Research, Palo Alto, Mar 08
    235. AAAI Spring Symposium, Stanford, Mar 08
    236. MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA, Mar 08
    237. Landscapes of New Media Symposium, Univ. of Aberdeen, Scotland, Apr 08
    238. Leonardo Art and Science Dialogue, SF, May 08
    239. ISKME Edforum: From Collaboratories to Public Spaces, SF, May 08
    240. First Workshop on Algorithmic Automation, ICRA, Pasadena, CA, May 08
    241. Workshop on Contact Models for Manipulation and Locomotion, ICRA, Pasadena, CA, May 08
    242. National Student Leadership Conference, Berkeley, CA, Jul 08
    243. Science Cafe, SF, CA, Aug 08
    244. Headlands Center for the Arts, Marin, CA, Aug 08
    245. Second Workshop on Algorithmic Automation, ICRA, Pasadena, CA, Aug 08
    246. Homecoming Lecture, UC Berkeley, CA, Oct 08
    247. De Young Museum, SF, CA, Nov 08
    248. Computer Science Dept, Tel Aviv University, Nov 08
    249. 2nd Israel Conference on Robotics (ICR), Tel Aviv, Nov 08
    250. Case Western Reserve University and Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH, Jan 09
    251. Porchlight Storytelling Series, Verdi Club, SF, Feb 09
    252. Art and Law Seminar, Stanford Law School, Feb 09
    253. Technology and Philanthropy Seminar, Stanford, Feb 09
    254. Intuitive Surgical Robots, Sunnyvale, CA, Mar 09
    255. Performing Presence Conference, Exeter University, UK, Mar 09
    256. Society of Women Engineers, UC Berkeley, Apr 09
    257. 090909: BCNM Neutrality Symposium, UC Berkeley, Sept 09
    258. EECS Dept, UC Merced, Sept 09
    259. Play: Digital Media Conference, Haas School, UC Berkeley, Oct 09
    260. Berkeley Institute of Design, UC Berkeley, Oct 09
    261. SFMOMA Panel: Appropriation Now, Oct 09
    262. Townsend Center Working Group in Contemporary Art, UC Berkeley, Oct 09
    263. ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference, Oct 09
    264. School of Education, UC Berkeley, Feb 10
    265. U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program, Feb 10
    266. UC Berkeley Foundation, Feb 10
    267. New Media Reporting Seminar, UC Berkeley School of Journalism, Mar 10
    268. Computer Science / Robotics, Georgia Tech, Apr 2010
    269. Computer Science Seminar, University of San Francisco, Apr 2010
    270. Institute for the Future Annual Meeting, SF, Apr 2010
    271. Dorkbot, Emeryville, Apr 2010
    272. Commonwealth Club Inforum Panel, SF, Apr 2010
    273. College of Engineering Research Council, UC Berkeley, May 2010
    274. Personal Democracy Forum, NYC, Jun 2010
    275. Institute for the Future, CA, Jun 2010
    276. Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, CA, Jun 2010
    277. Google Research Labs, Mountain View, CA, Jun 2010
    278. Siemens Automation, Berkeley, CA, 2010
    279. UC Davis Medical School, Sacramento, CA, Sep 2010
    280. California College of the Arts, SF, CA, Sep 2010
    281. University of Groningen Faculty Symposium, Berkeley, CA, Oct 2010
    282. CITRIS Research Exchange, Berkeley, CA, Oct 2010
    283. Infusion Technology Group, Berkeley Rep Theater, CA, Oct 2010
    284. Fujitsu Research Lab, Sunnyvale, CA, Nov 2010
    285. Computer Science Education Day, Berkeley, CA, Dec 2010
    286. Algorithms, Machines, and People (AMP) Lab Retreat, Asilomar, CA, Dec 2010
    287. Center for Neural Engineering and Prostheses (CNEP) at UCB/UCSF, Dec 2010
    288. Nokia Research Lab, Mountain View, CA, Jan 2011
    289. Governor's Office of Economic Development Brunch, Park City, UT, Jan 2011
    290. Computer Science Dept, Texas A&M, TX, Feb 2011
    291. Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF, Feb 2011
    292. National Academies Computer Science and Telecommunications Board. Mar 2011
    293. UC Berkeley Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, March 2011
    294. UC Berkeley Comp Lit Seminar on "Mobility", March 2011
    295. UC Berkeley Architecture Seminar, March 2011
    296. UC Berkeley School of Information, March 2011
    297. Crossing Boundaries New Media and Journalism Conference, Berkeley, CA, Mar 2011
    298. UCSF Department of Radiation Oncology, SF, Apr 2011
    299. Human Rights and Technology Conference, Berkeley, Apr 2011
    300. UC Berkeley Town and Gown Club, May 2011
    301. ARTforward: The Future of Art Museums in Education, BAMPFA, Berkeley, CA, May 2011
    302. CITRIS/INRIA Joint Workshop, Berkeley, CA, May 2011
    303. Fujitsu Research Lab, Palo Alto, CA, May 2011
    304. Mayor's Office, SF, CA, May 2011
    305. UC Berkeley Engineering Leadership Professional Program, Santa Clara, CA, May 2011
    306. Camp Tawanga, CA, May 2011
    307. National Student Leadership Conference, Berkeley, CA, July 2011
    308. Lair of the Bear, CA, Aug 2011
    309. Google Zeitgeist, Phoenix, AZ, Sep 2011
    310. Advanced Robotics and Social Impacts (ARSO), Half Moon Bay, CA, Oct 2011
    311. Web 2.0, SF, CA, Oct 2011
    312. College of Engineering Dean's Society, Atherton, CA, Oct 2011
    313. Swissnex, Consulate General of Switzerland, SF, CA, Nov 2011
    314. Social Media Faculty Seminar, Berkeley CA, Nov 2011
    315. Emeriti Faculty Association, UC Berkeley, Jan 2012
    316. TEDxBerkeley, Berkeley, CA, Feb 2012
    317. Berkeley Institute of Design, Feb 2012
    318. Fine Arts Gallery, SFSU, Feb 2012
    319. Media Arts and Technology, UC Santa Barbara, CA, Mar 2012
    320. Sloan Foundation Science on Screen Film Series, California Film Institute, San Rafael, CA, Mar 2012
    321. Computer Science Department, Ashesi University, Ghana, March 2012
    322. Computer Science Department, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana, March 2012
    323. Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), Ghana, March 2012
    324. Computer Science Department, University of Utah, Apr 2012
    325. Art Department, University of Utah, Apr 2012
    326. School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Apr 2012
    327. Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, Apr 2012
    328. Aesthetics, Language and Media Group, Princeton University, Apr 2012
    329. Knight Journalism Fellows Program, Stanford University, Jun 2012
    330. Institut des Systemes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR), Paris, Jun 2012
    331. Conversation with William Gibson, JCC SF, Sept 2012
    332. Maker Faire, New York, Sept 2012
    333. IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, Seattle, WA, Oct 2012
    334. Osher Center for Continued Learning, Berkeley, CA, Nov 2012
    335. Urban Planning Seminar, UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, Nov 2012
    336. Cisco Research Forum, San Jose, CA, Nov 2012
    337. Google Research Lab, Mountain View, CA, Nov 2012
    338. UCSF Medical Physics Seminar, SF, CA, Nov 2012
    339. San Francisco Dorkbot SF, CA, Nov 2012
    340. Cultural Studies Seminar, Hebrew University, Israel, Dec 2012
    341. Yaffo 23 Art Gallery, Bezalel Academy, Israel, Dec 2012
    342. Media Innovation Lab, Inter-Disciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel, Dec 2012
    343. Computer Science Department, Tel Aviv University, Israel, Dec 2012
    344. New Media Salon, Tel Aviv, Israel, Dec 2012
    345. Symposium on Robots in Society, Tel Aviv University, Israel, Dec 2012
    346. Downtown Project, Las Vegas, Jan 2013
    347. Stanford Multidisciplinary Multimedia Meeting of Arts, Science and Humanities, Jan 2013
    348. CS Dept, Stanford, Jan 2013
    349. Dynamic Data Visualization Conference, UC Berkeley Jan 2013
    350. Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education / CITRIS Workshop, UC Berkeley, Feb 2013
    351. Nevada Art Museum, Feb 2013
    352. NSF Workshop on Cloud Robotics, Philadelphia, PA, Feb 2013
    353. EU Robotics Forum on Cloud Robotics, Lyon, France, Mar 2013
    354. Variety Children's Charity and Wonderfest, SF, Mar 2013
    355. Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF, Apr 2013
    356. Catharine Clark Gallery / Yerba Buena Center, SF, Apr 2013
    357. Cal Day, Berkeley, Apr 2013
    358. Mechanical Engineering Dept Seminar, UC Berkeley, Apr 2013
    359. Surgical Robotics Seminar, Stanford, May 2013
    360. Graduate School of Public Policy Leadership Program, Berkeley, Aug 2013
    361. IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Madison, WI, Aug 2013
    362. Digital October Center for New Technologies, Moscow, Russia, May 2013
    363. School of Information, UC Berkeley, Sep 2013
    364. Art and a Catalyst, Bot & Dolly Studios, SF, CA, Sep 2013
    365. Russia Code Cup Awards, Moscow, Russia, Sep 2013
    366. ArtPlay Design Center, Moscow, Russia, Sep 2013
    367. Forum on Global Higher Education, World Academy of Art & Science, Berkeley, CA, Oct 2013
    368. Ogilvy Creative Agency, SF, CA, Oct 2013
    369. Institute for the Arts and Sciences, UC Santa Cruz, Oct 2013
    370. Stanford-Berkeley Robotics Symposium, Berkeley, Ca, Oct 2013
    371. NSF/CCC/OSTP Workshop on Robotics/Manufacturing/Computing, White House, Washington, DC, Oct 2013
    372. FEMA Think Tank, Reno, NV, Oct 2013
    373. General Electric Research Lab, San Ramon, CA, Nov 2013
    374. Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, DC, Nov 2013
    375. Flextronics, San Jose, CA, Dec 2013
    376. UC Davis, Interdisciplinary Frontiers in the Humanities and Arts (IFHA), CA, Jan 2014
    377. Development Engineering Seminar, Berkeley, CA, Mar 2014
    378. Pan-Optics Symposium on Visual Privacy and Surveillance, Berkeley, CA, Mar 2014
    379. South by Southwest (SXSW), Mar 2014
    380. Google Research, Mar 2014
    381. NYU Interactive Technology Program, NY, NY. Apr 2014
    382. MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program Graduation Forum, Berkeley, CA, May 2014
    383. The San Francisco Art Market, SF, CA. June 2014.
    384. Chinese University of Hong Kong, May 2014.
    385. PolyTechnic University of Hong Kong, May 2014.
    386. The Battery, SF, CA. June 2014.
    387. Autodesk Gallery and Design Center, SF, CA. June 2014
    388. American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA), SF, CA. June 2014
    389. SF Art Institute Panel, SF, CA. June 2014
    390. Autodesk IDEAS Workshop, SF, CA. June 2014
    391. Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen, CO. June 2014.
    392. Haas Business School, Berkeley, CA. July 2014.
    393. Commonwealth Club Marin, Mill Valley, CA. July 2014.
    394. Robotics: Science and Systems Conference, Workshop on Info-Based Grasp and Manipulation Planning, Berkeley, CA. July 2014.
    395. National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on Engineering, Berkeley, CA. July 2014.
    396. Electrical Engineering Dept Colloquium, National Taiwan University, Taiwan. August 2014.
    397. Pre-Engineering Preparation (PREP) Program, UC Berkeley. Sept 2014.
    398. Samek Art Museum, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA. Sept 2014.
    399. School of Visual Arts, NY, NY. Oct 2014.
    400. Anki Robotics, SF, CA. Oct 2014.
    401. Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley, CA. Oct 2014.
    402. Art+Environment Symposium, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nev. Oct 2014.
    403. Upqua Bank Catalyst Series, SF, CA. Oct 2014.
    404. Stanford-Berkeley Robotics Symposium, Stanford, CA. Oct 2014.
    405. Berkeley Uncharted Symposium, Berkeley, CA. Oct 2014.
    406. IEOR Advisory Board, Berkeley, CA. Nov 2014.
    407. Suburban School Superintendents Conference, SF, CA. Nov 2014.
    408. U.S. Workshop on Robots for Ebola Safety, Berkeley, CA. Nov 2014.
    409. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), LA, CA. Nov 2014.
    410. NSF National Robotics Initiative Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. Nov 2014.
    411. TTI/Vanguard [Next] Conference, San Francisco, CA. Dec 2014.
    412. Cisco Research, San Jose, CA. Feb 2015.
    413. Tsinghua Faculty Delegation, CITRIS, CA. Feb 2015.
    414. European Parliament Leadership in Digital Economy, Blum Center, CA. Feb 2015.
    415. Chabot Space Science Center, Oakland, CA. Mar 2015.
    416. SXSW, Austin TX. Mar 2015.
    417. Carnegie Mellon University, PA. Mar 2015.
    418. Columbia University Dept of Mechanical Engineering, NY. Mar 2015.
    419. Harvard Medical School, MA. Mar 2015.
    420. Law School, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Apr 2015.
    421. Exchange Artist Salon, Oakland, CA. Apr 2015.
    422. Berkeley Engineering Executive Education Program, Berkeley, CA. May 2015.
    423. Computer Engineering Department, UC Santa Cruz. May 2015.
    424. Budapest Brain Bar Symposium, Hungary. June 2015.
    425. Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary. June 2015.
    426. Pre-Engineering Preparation (PREP) Program, UC Berkeley. August 2015.
    427. International Symposium on Robotics Research, Sestri Levante, Italy. Sept 2015.
    428. RoboBusiness Conference, San Jose, CA. Sept 2015.
    429. Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF, CA. Oct 2015.
    430. NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Brooklyn, NY. Oct 2015.
    431. US Patent and Trademark Office West Coast Opening, San Jose CA. Oct 2015.
    432. UCSF Surgery Grand Rounds, SF, CA. Oct 2015.
    433. General Electric Panel on Robotics and the Future, SF, CA. Oct 2015.
    434. Brilliance of Berkeley Alumni Event, NY, NY. Oct 2015.
    435. Fortune Global Forum, SF, CA. Nov 2015.
    436. National Academies Keck Futures Initiative, Irvine, CA. Nov 2015.
    437. De Young Museum of Art, SF, CA. Nov 2015.
    438. Roundtable on the Future of Intelligence, Google, Mountain View, CA. Dec 2015.
    439. Hub Conference, Berlin, Germany. Dec 2015.
    440. University of Toronto, Canada. Jan 2016
    441. UC Berkeley Swarm Lab Annual Retreat, Santa Cruz, CA. Jan 2016
    442. Global Competitiveness Forum, Riyadh, Jan 2016
    443. IBM Cognitive Systems Institute Group (CSIG) Speaker Series, Yorktown, NY. Feb 2016
    444. LASER Leonardo Art and Science Lecture Series, Berkeley, CA. Feb 2016.
    445. Fuseproject and Sherpa Foundry, SF, CA. Feb 2016
    446. African Studies Class, UC Berkeley. Feb 2016
    447. Vodafone Executive Workshop, Berkeley. Apr 2016
    448. Ignite at the Battery, SF. Apr 2016
    449. IEEE Int'l Conf on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). May 2016
    450. UC Berkeley Mfg and Robotics Industry Forum. May. 2016.
    451. IBM Accelerated Discovery Forum, Almaden, CA. May. 2016.
    452. National Science Foundation CyberManufacturing Workshop. Berkeley, CA. June 2016.
    453. Turner-Boyd Patent Law Annual Dinner, Palo Alto, CA, June 2016.
    454. "Digitising Europe" Conference, Dusseldorf, Germany, June 2016.
    455. Vodafone Foundation Workshop, Konigswinter, Germany, June 2016.
    456. 24Hours Conference, Deutsche Telecom, Hohenkammer Castle, Munich. June 2016.
    457. Tata Executive Meeting, London. July 2016.
    458. Pre-Engineering Preparation (PREP) Program, UC Berkeley. August 2016.
    459. Freeman Design Council, San Diego, CA. August 2016.
    460. Berkeley AI Research (BAIR) / CPAR / BDD Seminar, UC Berkeley. August 2016.
    461. Rockets, Robots, and Code: Inspiring STEM Discussion. Book Passage. San Francisco. Oct 2016.
    462. Berkeley Roundtable on Applied Innovation & Design (BRAID). Berkeley. Oct 2016.
    463. Berkeley Deep Drive (BDD) Retreat. Berkeley. Oct 2016.
    464. Bay Area Robotics Symposium. Stanford. Nov 2016.
    465. GRASP Lab, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. Dec 2016.
    466. University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada. Jan 2017.
    467. Transforming San Francisco, Mechanics Institute. SF, CA. Jan 2017.
    468. UC Berkeley Learning in Retirement Center. Feb 2017.
    469. Institute for the Future. Palo Alto, CA. Feb 2017.
    470. UCLA Media Arts. Los Angeles, CA. Feb 2017.
    471. Computer Science, Brown University. Providence, RI. Mar 2017.
    472. Media Arts, RISD. Providence, RI. Mar 2017.
    473. Department Seminar, IEOR, UC Berkeley. Mar 2017.
    474. Willis Towers Watson Innovation Day. San Jose, CA. Apr 2017.
    475. Panel with Four Contemporary Israeli Artists. Bolt Law School, CA. Apr 2017.
    476. Innovation and IP Panel, Berkeley Entrepreneurs Association, Berkeley, CA. Apr 2017.
    477. Silicon Valley Robotics Influencer Salon, SF. Apr 2017.
    478. Robot Salon, Google-X, Mountain View, CA. Apr 2017.
    479. Silicon Valley Business Institute. Stanford, CA. May 2017.
    480. Stanford AI Lab / Toyota Research Institute (SAIL/TRI) Lecture. Stanford, CA. May 2017.
    481. Workshop on Surgical Robotics. IEEE ICRA. Singapore. Jun 2017.
    482. Workshop on Robot Manipulation. IEEE ICRA. Singapore. Jun 2017.
    483. McKinsey Partner University, Philadelphia, PA. Jun 2017.
    484. Amazon Robotics, Reading, MA. July 2017.
    485. ReInvent What's New SF. SF, CA. July 2017.
    486. Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), Stanford, CA. July 2017.
    487. Haas Executive Education Program, Berkeley CA. July 2017.
    488. Autodesk Design Night, SF, CA. Aug 2017.
    489. BAMPFA Arts + Design Mondays, Berkeley CA. Sept 2017.
    490. Vancouver Inst of Media Arts, Vancouver, Canada. Sept 2017.
    491. International Robots and Systems (IROS) Conference, Vancouver, Canada. Sept 2017.
    492. Pomona College Computer Science Dept. Claremont, CA. Sept 2017.
    493. Harvey-Mudd College Computer Science Dept. Claremont, CA. Sept 2017.
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