Ph.D. UC Berkeley, EECS, 2011
M.S. UC Berkeley, EECS, 2006
B.S. UC Berkeley, EECS, 2003
Stan's research interests include unmanned vehicles, sensor fusion, sensor network, reinforcement learning, optimal distributed control, and bio-inspired robots.
J. Yoder, S. Baek, H. Kwon, and D. Pack, "Selective out-of-order filtering – analytical approach," (Under Review).
L. Sun, S. Baek, and D. Pack, Human Behavior Understanding in Networked Sensing, Edited by P. Spagnolo, P.L. Mazzeo, and C. Distante, Springer, 2014, ch.14: Distributed probabilistic search and tracking of agile mobile ground targets using a network of unmanned aerial vehicles, pp. 301-319.
S. Baek, H. Kwon, J. Yoder, and D. Pack, "Optimal path planning of fixed-wing UAV for target following using sequential decision processes," 2013 IEEE International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems(IROS), Tokyo, Japan, November 2013.
H. Kwon, J. Yoder, S. Baek, S. Gruber, and D. Pack, "Maximizing water surface target localization accuracy under sunlight reflection with an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle," Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, pp. 1-17, October 2013.
H. Kwon, J. Yoder, S. Baek, S. Gruber, and D. Pack, "Multiple target detection on water surfaces using background modeling while removing sunlight reflection and land area surface area," 2013 AIAA Infotech@Aerospace conference, Boston, MA, August 2013.
H. Kwon, J. Yoder, S. Baek, S. Gruber, and D. Pack, "Maximizing target detection under sunlight reflection on water surfaces with an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle," International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Atlanta, GA, May 2013.
S. Baek, F. Garcia Bermudez, and R. Fearing, "Flight control for target seeking by 13 gram ornithopter," IEEE International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems(IROS), San Francisco, CA, Sep. 2011.