Labs & Groups
|General Motors-Carnegie Mellon Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab
The AD-CRL is a multi-disciplinary effort focused on studying, designing and implementing various technologies to make autonomous (driverless) vehicles both practical and affordable.
The goal of the Human Sensing Lab is to develop new machine learning algorithms to model and understand human behavior from sensory data.
|Human-Robot Interaction Group
We are interested in many aspects of human-robot interaction related to how humans and robots can work safely and effectively together.
|Illumination and Imaging Lab
The Illumination and Imaging (ILIM) Laboratory at the Robotics Institute is dedicated to the study of light transport and the development of novel illumination and imaging technologies.
|Intelligent Coordination and Logistics Laboratory
developing new theories, techniques and software technologies in planning, scheduling and control
|Intelligent Sensor, Measurement, and Control Lab
robotics for difficult measurements in difficult environments, 3D-stereoscopic display systems, and sensor-based measurement, medical, and control systems
The Manipulation Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University investigates fundamental modes of manipulation under uncertainty.
|Microdynamic Systems Laboratory
Exploring the limits of robotics in terms of speed, precision, dexterity and miniaturization.
|Microelectromechanical Systems Laboratory
We are developing miniature sensor and actuator systemsusing integrated-circuit fabrication processes.
|People Image Analysis Consortium
The People Image Analysis (PIA) Consortium develops and distributestechnologies that process images and videos to detect, track, and understand peoples’ faces, bodies, and activities.