Rodrigo Chacón Quesada is a Ph.D. student in the Personal Robotics Lab since January 2018, his studies are jointly funded by the University of Costa Rica and Ministry of Science Technology and Telecommunications, Costa Rica, covering full tuition fees plus a living allowance.

Rodrigo received his M.Sc. And B.Sc. Fist Class Honours degrees in Electrical Engineering (with an emphasis in digital systems and communications systems respectively) from the University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica, and developed his masters thesis project in the Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Systems Laboratory (PRIS-Lab), at the University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica.

His background in mainly related with digital systems, image and video processing, electronics and telecommunications.

His research interests involves robotics, with particular focus on visual perception skills for assistive robotics.

Publications

Refereed Workshop Papers

→ Chacon Quesada, R and Demiris Y, Augmented reality control of smart wheelchair using eye-gaze–enabled selection of affordances. IROS 2018 Workshop on Robots for Assisted Living.

 

Conference Papers

→ Chacon, Rodrigo and Demiris, Yiannis, Augmented Reality Controlled Smart Wheelchair Using Dynamic Signifiers for Affordance Representation. In 2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2019).

→ Chacon, Rodrigo and Demiris, Yiannis, Augmented Reality User Interfaces for Heterogeneous Multirobot Control. In 2020 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2020).

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