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Kiril Solovey

PhD student in the School of Computer Science, Tel Aviv University

Advisor: Prof. Dan Halperin

Member of the Computational Geometry Lab

Clore-Foundation Scholar

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Contact Info:

Blavatnik School of Computer Science, Tel Aviv University
Schreiber building, basement, room 18

Tel Aviv 69978, Israel

+972-3-6406114

kirilsol@post.tau.ac.il

Research Interests

  • Multi-robot motion planning
  • Sampling-based algorithms for motion planning
  • Computational geometry 

Recent Projects

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Motion Planning for Multi-Link
Robots by Implicit
Configuration-Space Tiling
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Motion Planning for
Unlabeled Discs with
Optimality Guarantees
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PSPACE-hardness of
unlabeled motion planning
and variants
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Efficient Multi-Robot
Motion Planning for 
Unlabeled Discs in 
Simple Polygons
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Discrete RRT for 
Exploration of Implicit
Roadmaps in Multi-Robot
Motion Planning
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k-Color Multi-Robot
Motion Planning

Publications

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  • Dan Halperin, Lydia Kavraki and Kiril Solovey

    Robotics, Chapter 51 in Handbook of Discrete and Computational Geometry, 3rd Edition
    Edited by Jacob E. Goodman, Joseph O'Rourke, and Csaba D. Toth;
    CRC Press LLC, to appear, 2016 [pdf][link].

  • Kiril Solovey and Dan Halperin
    Efficient Sampling-Based Bottleneck Pathfinding over Cost Maps
    arXiv, 2016 [link].
  • Kiril Solovey and Dan Halperin
    Sampling-Based Bottleneck Pathfinding with Applications to Fréchet Matching
    In European Symposium on Algorithms, Aarhus, Denemark, 2016 [link].
  • Kiril Solovey, Oren Salzman and Dan Halperin
    New Perspective on Sampling-Based Motion Planning via Random Geometric Graphs
    In Robotics: Science and Systems, University of Michigan, MI, USA, 2016 [link]; invited to a special issue of IJRR;
    See also talk in the Workshop on Random Geometric Graphs, Banff International Research Center, AB, Canada [video].
  • Oren Salzman, Kiril Solovey and Dan Halperin
    Motion Planning for Multi-Link Robots by Implicit Configuration-Space Tiling
    IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 2016 [link].
  • Kiril Solovey, Jingjin Yu, Or Zamir and Dan Halperin
    Motion Planning for Unlabeled Discs with Optimality Guarantees
    In Robotics: Science and Systems, Rome, Italy, 2015 [link] [presentation].
  • Kiril Solovey and Dan Halperin
    On the Hardness of Unlabeled Multi-Robot Motion Planning
    International Journal on Robotics Research, special issue (invited), 2016, to appear;
    In Robotics: Science and Systems, finalist for best paper, winner of best student paper, Rome, Italy, 2015 [link].
  • Aviv Adler, Mark de Berg, Dan Halperin and Kiril Solovey (*alphabetical order)
    Efficient Multi-Robot Motion Planning for Unlabeled Discs in Simple Polygons
    Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, special issue (invited), 2015 [link];
    In Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, İstanbul, Turkey, 2014 [link].
  • Kiril Solovey*, Oren Salzman* and Dan Halperin (*equal contribution)
    Finding a Needle in an Exponential Haystack: Discrete RRT for Exploration of Implicit Roadmaps in Multi-Robot Motion Planning
    International Journal on Robotics Research, special issue (invited), 2016, [link];
    In Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, İstanbul, Turkey, 2014 [link].
  • Kiril Solovey and Dan Halperin
    k-Color Multi-Robot Motion Planning
    International Journal on Robotics Research, special issue (invited), 2014 [link];
    In Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, Cambridge MA, USA, 2012 [link].
  • Kiril Solovey
    k-Color Multi-Robot Motion Planning [pdf]
    Master's thesis, Tel Aviv University, February 2013
    Advisor: Prof. Dan Halperin.
  • Teaching

    • Workshop in robot motion planning [link]
    • Computer structure [link]
    • Personal lecture notes in Bachelor's courses [link]
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