I was a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science at Texas A&M University working in the Parasol Laboratory under the guidance of Dr. Nancy Amato. I received my B.S. in Computer Engineering from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. In 2001 I was awarded with the CONACYT scholarship to pursue my Masters.
I worked on the development of Vizmo++, a visualization tool for motion planners.
It allows the user to see the data generated by the
OBPRM library, developed in our group.
With this tool we are able to manipulate the environment where a given movable object (rigid or articulated) can move.
Another project I worked on is the Campus Navigator which is a tool that implements motion planning techniques to help users to find their path through the Texas A&M Campus.