About Kenneth Chaney is a PhD Student in CIS at the University of Pennsylvania. He focuses on robotics perception and event-based cameras. Fernando Cladera is a PhD Student in CIS at the University of Pennsylvania. He focuses on aerial robotics, event-based perception and robotics hardware. Ziyun Wang is a PhD Student in CIS at the University of Pennsylvania. He is interested in computer vision and its application in robotics. Anthony Bisulco is a PhD Student in ESE at the University of Pennsylvania, working on robotics, machine learning and hardware systems. M. Ani Hsieh is an Associate Professor in MEAM at the University of Pennsylvania. She leads the ScalAR Lab, which focuses on fundamental research problems in robotics that lie at the intersection of robotics, nonlinear dynamical systems theory, and uncertainty. Christopher Korpela is the Robotics and Autonomy Program Manager at the John Hopkins Applied Phisics Laboratory. Before joining APL, Chris was an Associate Professor and co-founder of the Robotics Research Center at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Vijay Kumar is the Nemirovsky Family Dean at Penn Engineering. Vijay’s research group works on creating autonomous ground and aerial robots, designing bio-inspired algorithms for collective behaviors, and developing robot swarms. Camillo J. Taylor is the Raymond S. Markowitz President’s Distinguished Professor in CIS at the University of Pennsylvania. CJ’s research interests focus on computer vision and robotics, including reconstruction of 3D models from images, vision-guided robot navigation and scene understanding. Kostas Daniilidis is the Ruth Yalom Stone Professor in CIS at the University of Pennsylvania. Kostas’ research group focuses on computer vision and robotic perception, addressing the challenges in the perception of motion and space, such as the geometric design of cameras, the interplay of geometry, and appearance in perception tasks.