MEAM Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “An Aquatic Underactuated Modular Self-Reconfigurable Robotic System for Information-Limited Navigation in Gyre-Like Flows”

Levine 307 3330 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Aquatic modular self-reconfigurable robotic systems (MSRRs) have incredible potential for bringing practical, flexible, and adaptable robotic tools to challenging environments. They could build mobile ocean platforms or bridges for larger […]

ASSET Seminar: , Dinesh Jayaraman (University of Pennsylvania)

Levine 307 3330 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

ABSTRACT: An important goal of the field sensorimotor robot learning is to do away with cumbersome expertise-intensive task specification, so that general-purpose robots of the future might learn large numbers […]

MEAM Seminar: “Progress on Templates for Spined and Tailed Legged Robots”

Room 337, Towne Building 220 South 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

By mirroring the success of biological systems, legged robots have the potential to be successful in almost every terrestrial environment. While legged machines have made significant advancements in the past […]

5th Annual Learning for Dynamics & Control Conference

University of Pennsylvania

Over the next decade, the biggest generator of data is expected to be devices that sense and control the physical world. The explosion of real-time data that is emerging from […]