Michael Novitzky
Research Scientist
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Center for Ocean Engineering

Email: novitsky[at]mit[dot]edu
Address: 77 Mass Ave, Bldg 5-204

Publications Michael Misha Novitzky

xxxi2019 (10 items)

  1. Paul Robinette, Michael Sacarny, Michael DeFilippo, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Dealing With the Novelty of Robots: observations of Interactions with an Autonomous Surface Vehicle on a Recreational Waterway, Proceedings of the Workshop Dangerous HRI: Testing Real-World Robots has Real-World Consequences ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, ACM/IEEE, Daegu, South Korea, March, 2019. (bibtex)
  2. Paul Robinette, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Henrik Schmidt, Exploring Human-Robot Trust During Teaming in a Real-World Testbed, (Companion of the 2019 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, March, 2019. (bibtex)
  3. Michael Novitzky, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Paul Robinette, Michael R. Benjamin, Henrik Schmidt, Updated: Virtual Reality for Immersive Simulated Experiments of Human-Robot Interactions in the Marine Environment, Proceedings of the Workshop Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality for Human-Robot Interaction ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, ACM/IEEE, Daegu, South Korea, March, 2019. (bibtex)
  4. Michael Novitzky, Paul Robinette, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Hugh R. R Dougherty, Michael Benjamin, Henrik Schmidt, Issues and Mitigation Strategies for Deploying Human-Robot Experiments on the Water for Competitive Games in an Academic Environment, Proceedings of the Workshop Dangerous HRI: Testing Real-World Robots has Real-World Consequences ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, ACM/IEEE, Daegu, South Korea, 2019. (bibtex)
  5. Paul Robinette, Michael Sacarny, Michael DeFilippo, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Marine Perception Datasets: a Work in Progress, Proceedings of the Workshop Dataset Generation and Benchmarking of SLAM Algorithms for Robotics and VR/AR at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, IEEE, Montreal, Canada, May, 2019. (bibtex)
  6. Michael Novitzky, Paul Robinette, Michael R. Benjamin, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Henrik Schmidt, Aquaticus: Publicly Available Datasets from a Marine Human-Robot Teaming Testbed, Companion of the 2019 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Daegu, South Korea, March, 2019. (bibtex)
  7. Paul Robinette, Michael Sacarny, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Michael DeFilippo, Robot Vessels Versus Centuries of Maritime Tradition: How Should Robots React to Authorities and Emergencies on the Water?, Proceedings of the Workshop The Dark Side of Human-Robot Interaction: Ethical Considerations and Community Guidelines for the Field of HRI ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, ACM/IEEE, Daegu, South Korea, March, 2019. (bibtex)
  8. Kyle Woerner, Michael R. Benjamin, and Michael Novitzky, John J. Leonard, Quantifying Protocol Evaluation for Autonomous Collision Avoidance, Autonomous Robots, (43)4, 967-991, April, 2019. (bibtex)
  9. Michael R. Benjamin, Michael Defilippo, Paul Robinette, Michael Novitzky, Obstacle Avoidance Using Multi-Objective Optimization and a Dynamic Obstacle Manager, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, April, 2019. (bibtex)
  10. Paul Robinette, Michael Sacarny, Michael DeFilippo, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Sensor Evaluation for Autonomous Surface Vehicles in Inland Waterways, OCEANS 2019 MTS/IEEE, June, 2019. (bibtex)

2018 (5 items)

  1. Arjun Gupta, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Learning Autonomous Marine Behaviors in MOOS-IvP, OCEANS 2018 MTS/IEEE Charleston South Carolina, October, 2018. (bibtex)
  2. Paul Robinette, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Longitudinal Interactions Between Human and Robot Teammates in a Marine Environment, In Workshop on Longitudinal Human-Robot Teaming at {HRI 2018}, Chicago, IL, March, 2018. (bibtex)
  3. Michael Novitzky, Paul Robinette, Michael R. Benjamin, Danielle K. Gleason, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Henrik Schmidt, Preliminary Interactions of Human-Robot Trust, Cognitive Load, and Robot Intelligence Levels in a Competitive Game, Companion of the 2018 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 203--204, 2018. (bibtex)
  4. Michael Novitzky, Paul Robinette, Michael R. Benjamin, Danielle K. Gleason, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Henrik Schmidt, Late Breaking Report: Preliminary Interactions of Human-Robot Trust, Cognitive Load, and Robot Intellig ence Levels in a Competitive Game, Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 2018. (bibtex)
  5. Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Paul Robinette, Hugh R. Dougherty, Caileigh Fitzgerald, Henrik Schmidt, Virtual Reality for Immersive Simulated Experiments of Human-Robot Interactions in the Marine Environment, Workshop on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality for Human-Robot Interaction at {HRI 2018}, Chicago, IL, March, 2018. (bibtex)

2017 (5 items)

  1. Michael Novitzky, Paul Robinette, Danielle Gleason, Michael R. Benjamin, A Platform for Studying Human-Machine Teaming on the Water with Physiological Sensors, In Workshop on Human-Centered Robotics: Interaction, Physiological Integration and Autonomy at {RSS 2017}, Cambridge, MA, July, 2017. (bibtex)
  2. Paul Robinette, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Trusting a Robot as a User Versus as a Teammate, In Workshop on Morality and Social Trust in Autonomous Robots at {RSS 2017}, Cambridge, MA, July, 2017. (bibtex)
  3. Paul Robinette, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, Trusting a Robot as a User Versus as a Teammate, Workshop on Morality and Social Trust in Autonomous Robots at {RSS 2017}, Cambridge, MA, July, 2017. (bibtex)
  4. Kyle L. Woerner, Michael Novitzky, Michael R. Benjamin, John J. Leonard, Legibility and Predictability of Protocol-Constrained Motion: Evaluating Human-Robot Ship Interactions Under {COLREGS} Collision Avoidance Requirements, In Workshop on Mathematical Models, Algorithms, and Human-Robot Interaction at {RSS 2017}, Cambridge, MA, July, 2017. (bibtex)
  5. Michael Novitzky, Paul Robinette, Danielle K. Gleason, Michael R. Benjamin, A Platform for Studying Human-Machine Teaming on the Water with Physiological Sensors, Workshop on Human-Centered Robotics: Interaction, Physiological Integration and Autonomy at {RSS 2017}, Cambridge, MA, July, 2017. (bibtex)

2016 (2 items)

  1. Kyle L. Woerner, Michael R. Benjamin, Michael Novitzky, John J. Leonard, Collision Avoidance Road Test for COLREGS-constrained Autonomous Vehicles, OCEANS 2016 MTS/IEEE Monterey, 1-6, September, 2016. (bibtex)
  2. Michael Novitzky, Hugh Dougherty, Michael Benjamin, A Human-Robot Speech Interface for an Autonomous Marine Teammate, 513--520, Springer International Publishing, Edited by Arvin Agah and John-John Cabibihan and Ayanna M. Howard and Miguel A. Salichs and Hongsheng He, 2016. (bibtex)

2015 (1 items)

  1. Michael Novitzky, TAR: Trajectory Adaptation for Recognition of Robot Tasks to Improve Teamwork, Georgia Institute of Technology, December, 2015. (bibtex)

2014 (2 items)

  1. Michael Novitzky, Charles Pippin, Thomas R. Collins, Tucker R. Balch, Michael E. West, AUV behavior recognition using behavior histograms, HMMs, and CRFs, Robotica, (32)2, 291-304, March, 2014. (bibtex)
  2. Michael Novitzky, Charles Pippin, Thomas R. Collins, Tucker R. Balch, Michael E. West, Conditional Random Fields for Behavior Recognition of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems, Springer, 409--421, 2014. (bibtex)

2012 (1 items)

  1. Michael Novitzky, Charles Pippin, Thomas R. Collins, Tucker R. Balch, Michael E. West, Bio-inspired multi-robot communication through behavior recognition, 2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 771-776, December, 2012. (bibtex)

2011 (2 items)

  1. Michael Novitzky, Charles Pippin, Tucker Balch, Thomas Collins, Michael E. West, Behavior Recognition of an AUV Using a Forward-Looking Sonar, Workshops at the Robotics: Science and Systems. Los Angeles, CA, 2011. (bibtex)
  2. Michael E. West, Thomas R. Collins, John R. Bogle, Andrew Melim, Michael Novitzky, An Overview of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Systems and Sensors at Georgia Tech, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011. (bibtex)

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