The Center for Robotics is a multidisciplinary effort focused on robotics research and education. It consists of faculty across the Departments of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Khoury College of Computer Sciences. Research efforts span field robotics, manipulation and grasping, folding robots, humanoids, bio-inspired robotics and planning.
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Humanoid robots, dexterous manipulation, model-based robot design, human-supervised robot autonomy, medical cyber-physical systems
Robotic sensors, systems, platforms, and algorithms including high resolution optical and acoustic sensing; underwater vehicles (AUV, ROV, towed and manned vehicles), unmanned surface vehicles, and unmanned aerial systems; system architectures for navigation, docking and power; and the interactions between these subsystems
Human-safe robots, medical robotics, soft robotics and soft material manufacturing, MEMS, microrobotics, bio-inspired design, flapping aerodynamics and insect flight