Research Groups and Labs
Research groups involved in the Center for Autonomy
Focus on open problems in mathematical control theory and we work with collaborators on the transition of our solutions, to the extent possible, to real-world engineering problems.
Uncovering the fundamentals of Robotics and Neuroscience.
Conducts research in autonomous decision making to enable the next generation of robotic systems.
Advancing the current state of the art in control and mechanical design to achieve highly efficient, extremely agile, and ultra-robust dynamic behaviors in dynamic robot systems.
Design and creation of new drones that help conduct control research
Research focuses on safe autonomy, safe machine learning, formal methods, distributed systems, programming languages, and robotics.
Uncovering the fundamentals of visual sensing and analytics to create methods that facilitate monitoring and control of projects during construction and operation.
Embodied and choreographic practice is leveraged in the development of expressive robotic systems (hardware, software) and the study of humans (perception, interaction with machines).
Among a range of research interests, this lab explores “robotic wireless networks.”
Leveraging expertise on soft materials, soft robots, human-compatible machines, and wearable human-enhancing devices are designed and built.