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Robert Morris is a senior researcher in the Exploration
Technology Directorate, Intelligent Systems Division, at NASA
Ames Research Center. His major research focus has been on
designing automated planning and scheduling systems for
NASA’s exploration systems and mission operations. Morris
has published numerous articles on constraint-based approaches to planning and scheduling and has coauthored a
book on methods for temporal reasoning in AI planning and
scheduling systems. More recently his focus has been on
designing architectures for autonomous aeronautical systems.
Anjan Chakrabarty is a research engineer with the Advanced Control and Evolvable Systems Group in the Intelligent Systems Division at NASA Ames Research Center. He
is employed by SGT Inc. Prior to joining SGT, he was a NASA
postdoctoral program fellow. Chakrabarty is working on
several UAV autonomy projects at Ames Research Center,
including UTM TCL4 V2V communication and collision
avoidance. He also has investigated the effect of autonomy
on the design of UAVs. Chakrabarty earned his PhD in
aerospace engineering from Pennsylvania State University.
He was a member of the winning team Pipistrel-USA.com of
the NASA Green Flight Challenge. Chakrabarty was responsible for flight path planning based on local wind field
data using his PhD research.