Mark Mazumder

I am a first year PhD student in the Harvard Edge Computing Lab under the supervision of Prof. Vijay Janapa Reddi. Previously, I worked on machine learning and computer vision research at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

Email: mark@markmaz.com  /  Github: mmaz

Research
Towards an Autonomous Aerial Survey and Planning System for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Response
Ross Allen, Mark Mazumder
IEEE Aerospace Conference (AeroConf), 2020.
Active Rendezvous for Multi-Robot Pose Graph Optimization using Sensing over Wi-Fi
Weiying Wang, Ninad Jadhav, Paul Vohs, Nathan Hughes, Mark Mazumder, Stephanie Gil
International Symposium on Robotics Research (ISRR), 2019
Guaranteeing Spoof-Resilient Multi-Robot Networks
Stephanie Gil, Swarun Kumar, Mark Mazumder, Dina Katabi, Daniela Rus
Autonomous Robots, 2017.
MIT News: Security for Multirobot Systems.
This journal article subsumes our 2015 RSS paper.
Teaching
Autonomous Racecar Robotics Instructor, MIT 6.A01 Autonomous Racecar Robotics Seminar. Fall 2019
Faculty: Prof. Sertac Karaman

Course Notes: https://markmaz.com/racecar_fall19
Students train the MIT RACECAR to autonomously drive through Stata basement, using only monocular RGB camera inputs. This course provides students with an introduction to deep learning and embedded robotics.

Video: Onboard perspective

Video: Third-person view
Instructor, MIT NEET-AM Machine Learning Labs, Faculty: Prof. Sertac Karaman. Spring 2019
NVIDIA coverage: MIT Students Kick Self-Driving Mini-Cars into High Gear with GPU-Powered Data Science Workstations

Instructor, MIT 6.S184/16.S685 RACECAR IAP Jan 2019
Instructor, MIT 16.S688 Autonomous Machines Seminar, Faculty: Prof. Sertac Karaman. Fall 2018
Lab assistant, MIT 16.30/16.31 Feedback Control Systems, Faculty: Prof. Sertac Karaman. Fall 2018
Instructor, MIT 6.A01 Autonomous Racecar Robotics Seminar, Faculty: Prof. Sertac Karaman. Fall 2017
Lab assistant, MIT 6.829 Computer Networks, Faculty: Prof. Dina Katabi. Fall 2015
Teaching Fellow, Harvard CS161: Operating Systems, Faculty: Prof. Margo Seltzer. Spring 2011
Workshop Activities
Learning Perception and Action Workshop: ICRA 2020 Learning, Perception, and Action Workshop at ICRA 2020
I am a co-organizer for the autonomous treasure hunt (ATH) competition as part of our ICRA 2020 workshop. This challenge required particpants to jointly optimize strategies for perception and exploration in a photo-realistic Unity-based simulation environment.
STEM Outreach
BWSI-UAV Instructor, Autonomous Air Vehicle Racing, Beaver Works Summer Institute
Course Website: https://bwsi-uav.github.io/website/index.html

More info: Beaver Works Summer Institute

Offerings:
Summer 2019: Final Competition Video
Summer 2018

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