Ongoing work

pediatric rehabilitation

marine robotics / blue tech

steering microrobot swarms

robots building robots

Past projects

ground autonomy

drifter synchronization

aerial radiation detection

babies & NAO

sensing under uncertainty

microsystems autonomy

learning in CPS

cooperative identification

Sponsored Research

Our research activities cover a range of multi-robot cooperative control application fields, from environmental monitoring, to motion planning navigation and control under uncertainty, to networked decision making, to pediatric rehabilitation and human-robot interaction.

The mission of the cooperative robotics group is to systematically develop the theory to support provably correct and efficient algorithms, which will enable robot teams to cooperatively complete missions that are beyond the capabilities of individual monolithic systems.  

Specific application spaces for which this technology is currently being developed include environmental monitoring, health care, agriculture, national security, and safe handling of hazardous material.