The Intelligent Motion Lab studies planning and control for dynamic, high-dimensional systems in complex environments. Applications include intelligent vehicles, robot manipulation, legged locomotion, human-robot interaction, robot- and computer-assisted medicine.
IML is currently accepting applications for new PhD students. Candidates should contact Kris Hauser for more information.
TRINA personnel protective equipment (PPE) and self-doffing
Tele-nursing robotsSummary (click to show)
Cooperative motion planning for human-operated robotsSummary (click to show)
DRC-Hubo: a ladder-climbing humanoid robot for the DARPA Robotics ChallengeSummary (click to show)
Intelligent clinical decision support using Markov decision processesSummary (click to show)
For a complete list, please see the research page.