Richard J. D. Moore
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Harvard University
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238 Maxwell Dworkin
33 Oxford St, Cambridge
Massachusetts 02138
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rjdmoore | seas.harvard.edu
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Originally from Melbourne, Australia, I completed my bachelor's degrees (Sci/Eng) at Swinburne University of Technology before moving to Brisbane to undertake my PhD on visual guidance for autonomous aircraft at QBI. After receiving my doctorate from the University of Queensland in 2012, I moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts where I am currently a postdoctoral research fellow on the RoboBees project at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Broadly, my research interests lie in visual guidance, aerial robotics, and biologically inspired systems. I love designing novel guidance algorithms for autonomous robots and I am particularly interested in applying principles of biological vision-based guidance to aerial robotics.

Outside university life I enjoy hiking, skiing, and running, and I have also won several national beach sprinting titles.


Vision-based collision avoidance for MAVs



Visual guidance for autonomous aircraft





Visual motion tracking