Zeynep Altinbas

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1 The Stony Brook Robot Design Team has focused on three main areas of research in the creation of JESTER (The Joke Entertainment System with Trivia-Emitted Responses), our new robot created for the American Association of Artificial Intelligence's (AAAI) Open Interaction Event competition, including navigation, computer vision and user interface / human(More)
Head-on beam-beam compensation has been implemented in the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider in order to increase the luminosity delivered to the experiments. We discuss the principle of combining a lattice for resonance driving term compensation and an electron lens for tune spread compensation. We describe the electron lens technology and its operational(More)
In polarized proton operation, the performance of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) is limited by the head-on beam–beam effect. To overcome this limitation, two electron lenses are under commissioning. We give an overview of head-on beam–beam compensation in general and in the specific design for RHIC, which is based on electron lenses. The status(More)
ButlerBot is a robotic butler created to cater to people’s questions at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) 2003 conference and to escort people to desired destinations. The three main areas of research focused on in ButlerBot, the Stony Brook Robot Design Team’s new robot created for the American Association of Artificial(More)
Brookhaven National Laboratory’s BLIP facility produces radioisotopes for the nuclear medicine community and industry, and performs research to develop new radioisotopes desired by nuclear medicine investigators. A raster scanning system is being installed to provide a better distribution of the H beam on the targets, allow higher beam intensities to be(More)
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