Labs & Groups
The Personal Robotics Lab at The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University is developing the fundamental building blocks of perception, navigation, manipulation, and interaction that will enable robots to perform useful tasks in environments structured for humans.
Literacy/Language/Learning Innovation/Instruction that Speech Technology ENables
|Rapid Manufacturing Lab
research investigating technologies and creating systems that achieve cost-effective small-batch manufacturing
|Reliable Autonomous Systems Lab
We are developing reliable, highly autonomous systems (especially mobile robots) that operate in rich, uncertain environments.
The Robotics Academy is committed to using the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about science and technology.
|Robotics Education Lab (REL)
The Robotics Education Lab is a central resource to support courses and individual projects in robotics.
|Search-based Planning Laboratory
|Shape Deposition Lab
A solid freeform fabrication process which systemically combines material deposition with material removal processes.
|Soft Robotics & Bionics
Our research goal is to analyze the design and dynamics of biological systems and transform them into robotic/mechatronic systems for human life. We are interested in bio-inspired design of soft robots and development of novel manufacturing methods for multi-material smart structures.
|Surgical Mechatronics Laboratory
We are developing intelligent tools for microsurgery and minimally invasive surgery.