Advanced Robotics research concentrates on an innovative, multidisciplinary approach to humanoid design and control, and the development of novel robotic components and technologies. This encompasses activities from both the hard (mechanical/ electrical design and fabrication, sensor systems, actuation development etc.) and soft (control, computer software, human factors etc) systems areas of robotics.
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The Biomedical Robotics Laboratory focuses on research and development of human-centered robotic technologies. Our group is dedicated to the creation of novel technologies that can directly impact the health and well-being of people.
Our group works on the development of wearable assistive exoskeletons. The objective of these devices is to assist people during physical activities. Target users span from industrial workers to people with movement impairments.
APRIL laboratory focuses on the co-evolution of artificial intelligence and robotic technologies to drive breakthrough research to enable robots to perform complex tasks in real world such as manufacturing, logistics, healthcare, agri-food, and more.
RAIN focuses on the research and development of robots with particular focus on inspection tasks in the sector of Energy, Power Generation, Civil and Industrial site inspection, quality control, automotive, aerospace.
VICARIOS group aims to stimulate users to vicariously experience a remote environment, real or virtual. The objective is to advance the understanding of human interaction with remote environments.