Hanumant Singh Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org 617.373.4159 Expertise Antarctica, Mapping, penguins Hanumant Singh in the Press A Clever Robot Spies on Creatures in the Ocean’s ‘Twilight Zone’ “It’s super cool from an engineering standpoint,” says Northeastern University roboticist Hanumant Singh, who develops ocean robots but wasn’t involved in this research. “It’s really an amazing piece of work, in terms of looking at an area that’s unexplored in the ocean.” IEEE Spectrum Smart Bike Predicts Cars’ Trajectories, Honks To Warn of Impending Crash “That’s hard for a couple of reasons,” says Hanumant Singh, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Northeastern University. “Mostly because it’s vehicles [rather than bikes] that are running these sensors and they’re much more stable. So the researchers have solved some nice problems here.” Times of India ‘70% of our planet is oceans – Maybe we should call it Planet Ocean instead of Planet Earth’ Dr Hanumant Singh is a Professor at Northeastern University, USA. His research group has designed and built the Seabed AUV robot, as well as the Jetyak Autonomous Surface Vehicle, dozens of which are in use for scientific research across the globe. Business Insider Chinstrap penguins are starving to death in Antarctica as the temperature hits record highs. Researchers from Northeastern and Stony Brook universities are using drones and a machine learning program to measure the losses. Hanumant Singh for Northeastern Global News How fast are Arctic glaciers melting? A team of Northeastern engineers explored the north with a robot and cameras to find out How fast are Arctic glaciers melting? A team of Northeastern engineers explored the north with a robot and cameras to find out Using a sea robot, a team of engineers traveled to the Northernmost Arctic field station to map glaciers and help address the climate crisis. A Northeastern professor is using aquatic drones to measure how quickly icebergs are melting A Northeastern professor is using aquatic drones to measure how quickly icebergs are melting A Northeastern professor looks to see how quickly icebergs are melting using aquatic drones that collect measurements in Greenland. He’s building the next generation of autonomous robots He’s building the next generation of autonomous robots After going into lockdown, Hanumant Singh, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, is finally back with the robots in his lab. How to stop an iceberg in its tracks How to stop an iceberg in its tracks In Greenland, icebergs are melting fast. With an ocean robot made by professor Hanumant Singh, scientists can understand just how fast.