Robotics Research

The Advanced Medical Technologies Laboratory (AMTL) strives to improve the quality of life for people by focusing on medical mechatronics and surgery robotics design, tissue mechanics characterization and modeling, and tissue-device contact modeling. Learn more about AMTL...

 

The Autonomous Robotics & Perception Group (ARPG) studies planning, control and supporting probabilistic perception algorithms that enable long-term autonomous operation of mobile robotic systems, particularly in unknown environments. Learn more about ARPG...

 

The Control Systems, Sensor Fusion, and Robotics Lab RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY RESEARCH SUMMARY .Learn more about The Control Systems, Sensor Fusion, and Robotics Lab...

 

The Cooperative Human-Robot Intelligence (COHRINT) Lab focuses on developing algorithms and models that promote cooperative intelligence in mixed teams of humans and autonomous robotic vehicles. Learn more about The COHRINT Lab...

 

The Correll Lab focuses on practical robot applications that target grand challenges such as sustainable food production and exploration of space. They are also thinking about materials that future robots will be made off and believe that such materials will deeply embed sensing, actuation, computation and communication in order to adapt their physical properties to changing requirements. Learn more about The Corell Lab...

 

The Orbital Systems Lab studies haptic interfaces and vibration isolation systems. The haptic interface is a 6 degree-of-freedom (3 translations and 3 rotations) interface that was designed and built in-house to enable scientific studies of the limits of interface technology and human sensory perception. Learn more about The Orbital Systems Lab...

 

The Research and Engineering Center for Unmanned Vehicles (RECUV) is a university, government, and industry partnership dedicated to the development and application of unmanned vehicle systems. RECUV research encompasses scientific experiments, commercial applications, mitigation of natural and man-made disasters, security, and national defense. Learn more about RECUV...

 

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