Skip to main content
Skip to main menu Skip to spotlight region Skip to secondary region Skip to UGA region Skip to Tertiary region Skip to Quaternary region Skip to unit footer


Ehsan Latif

Blurred image of the arch used as background for stylistic purposes.
Doctoral Student

I am a doctoral student at the UGA school of computing and researching Robotics, actively conducting research in the domain of multi-robotic systems to improve localization accuracy in dense and dynamic environments. I joined UGA in January 2021as as a doctoral student and a graduate research assistant under Dr. Ramviyas Nattanmai Parasuraman in the Heterogeneous Robotics Lab at the University of Georgia Computer Science department. My research in the HeRo lab involves robotics localization algorithms using unconventional sensing modalities for use in unstructured dense, and dynamic environments. I am an enthusiast about working with physical as well as simulation of robotic systems, also have experience in mobile application solutions (android, iOS).


University of Georgia – Athens, GA    Expected May 2024

Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science

The National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences – Lahore, PK    May 2018

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science 


Research Interests:
  • Multi-Robot Systems
  • Localization
  • Field Robotics
  • Applications of Robots in Dynamic Environments
Dissertation/Thesis Title:
Operational and Perceptual Multi-robotics Systems working in Dynamic Environments
Selected Publications:

Multi-Robot Synergistic Localization in Dynamic Environments, June 2022, Published in ISR 2022

Online Indoor Localization Using DOA of Wireless Signals

April 2022 Under Review 

Energy-Aware Multi-Robot Task Allocation in Persistent Tasks

January 2022

Accepted for Presentation at the SWARM 2022 Conference

Message Expiration-Based Distributed Multi-Robot Task Management

December 2021

Accepted for Oral Presentation at the SWARM 2022 Conference


Other Affiliations:

Major Professor

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Committee Members

Professor of Computer Science
Georgia Power Mickey A. Brown Professor of Engineering

Support us

We appreciate your financial support. Your gift is important to us and helps support critical opportunities for students and faculty alike, including lectures, travel support, and any number of educational events that augment the classroom experience. Click here to learn more about giving.

Every dollar given has a direct impact upon our students and faculty.