Research Seminar
CE-CERT Room 105

Join us for another engaging CE-CERT Researchers Seminar, where we will host Dr. Scott Boskovich, a faculty member at Cal Poly and former CE-CERT student. Dr. Boskovich will dive into the exploration of cooperative and collaborative robotics, sharing his recent acquisition of 40 robot vehicles and his plans to enhance their capabilities.

Dr. Boskovich's presentation will go beyond theoretical discussions, as he discusses the application of cooperative and collaborative robotics in both V2V and V2I scenarios on the Cal Poly campus. He has intriguing insights into predicting cooperability and collaborability from rule bases that currently reside in the Ad-Hoc domain, a topic that aligns well with the interests of ITS researchers.


Event Details:

Speaker: Dr. Scott Boskovich

Date: December 5, 2023

Location: Room 105

Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

RSVP: All are welcome and encouraged to join! Light snacks and refreshments will be provided- if you are interested in attending, please RSVP here:


About Dr. Scott M Boskovich: With over 25 years as a Senior Electrical Design Engineer, Dr. Boskovich is a leading figure in embedded systems. His expertise in autonomous and unmanned systems, coupled with groundbreaking work in vehicle interaction and cooperability, marks him at the forefront of innovation. As a faculty member at Cal Poly University, Dr. Boskovich's hands-on approach extends to designing custom autonomous vehicles, used as reference models in his robotics and controls courses. His current focus on developing algorithms for distributed autonomous vehicle controls solidifies his position as a key contributor to the advancement of autonomous systems research.

Scott's work presents a unique opportunity for collaboration and discussion within our research community. We encourage you to attend this seminar and contribute to the dialogue on innovative approaches in the field of cooperative and collaborative robotics.

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