Sierra Young
Sierra Young
Assistant Professor, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University
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High‐precision control of tracked field robots in the presence of unknown traction coefficients
E Kayacan, SN Young, JM Peschel, G Chowdhary
Journal of Field Robotics 35 (7), 1050-1062, 2018
Design and field evaluation of a ground robot for high-throughput phenotyping of energy sorghum
SN Young, E Kayacan, JM Peschel
Precision Agriculture 20 (4), 697-722, 2019
Robot-assisted measurement for hydrologic understanding in data sparse regions
S Young, J Peschel, G Penny, S Thompson, V Srinivasan
Water 9 (7), 494, 2017
Streamflow generation in a drying catchment outside Bangalore, India
G Penny, SE Thompson, V Srinivasan, J Peschel, SN Young, K Jeremiah
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2015
Review of Human–Machine Interfaces for Small Unmanned Systems With Robotic Manipulators
SN Young, JM Peschel
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 2020
A process‐based approach to attribution of historical streamflow decline in a data‐scarce and human‐dominated watershed
G Penny, V Srinivasan, R Apoorva, K Jeremiah, J Peschel, S Young, ...
Hydrological Processes, 2020
A Framework for Evaluating Field-Based, High-Throughput Phenotyping Systems: A Meta-Analysis
SN Young
Sensors 19 (16), 3582, 2019
Human-robot interaction for telemanipulation by small unmanned aerial systems
SN Young
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2018
Human-Robot Teaming for Hydrologic Data Gathering at Multiple Scales
J Peschel, SN Young
AGUFM 2017, H43P-05, 2017
Robot-Assisted Socio-Hydrologic and Water Quality Understanding in Data Sparse Regions
J Peschel, SN Young
AGUFM 2016, H52F-04, 2016
Robot-Assisted Measurements in Data Sparse Regions
J Peschel, SN Young, G Penny, SE Thompson, V Srinivasan
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2015
Waterway-View Imaging with a Small Unmanned Surface System
SN Young, J Peschel
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2015
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