Pablo Frank-Bolton

Pablo Frank-Bolton

Professor of Practice
SEH 4655
Phone: 202-994-4109
[email protected]


Pablo Frank-Bolton is a visiting associate professor in the Department of Computer Science.  In addition to robotics and human-robot-interaction, he is very interested in STEM education and the application of computer science in collaborations with researchers from other fields. 


  • Ph.D., The George Washington University, 2018
  • M. E., National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2009
  • B.S., Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, 2006


  • P. Frank Bolton and J. Incera (2006). “A neural network based test bed for evaluating the quality of video streams in IP networks.” Electronics, Robotics and Automotive Mechanics Conference, volume 1, 178-183.
  • P. Frank-Bolton, A. M. Alvarado-González, W. Aguilar, and Y. Frauel (2008). “Vision-based localization for mobile robots using a set of known views.” International Symposium on Visual Computing, 195-204.
  • M. Abarca, J. T. Lill, and P. Frank-Bolton (2018). “Latitudinal variation in responses of a forest herbivore and its egg parasitoids to experimental warming,” Oecologia 186 (3), 869-881.
  • P. Frank-Bolton and R. Simha (2018). “Docendo Discimus: Students Learn by Teaching Peers Through Video.” Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education.