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Big ant tackles the wave field

BigANT tackles the wave field

Prof. Shai Revzen's lab in ECE has developed an inexpensive technique to rapidly fabricate a variety of useful robots.|Short Read
Kurt Lundeen tests out construction robot

Autonomous robot construction is here

U-M researchers have developed modeling techniques that will help on-site construction robots with autonomous decision making.|Short Read

Outdoor drone complex planned

When M-Air opens, Michigan Engineering will earn the distinction of hosting advanced robotics testing facilities for air, sea and land. |Medium Read
Prof. Chad Jenkins

ACM to publish leading journal of human-robot interaction; Chad Jenkins serves as editor-in-chief

Jenkins hopes to cultivate new and leading-edge ideas in both robotics and the human-centered sciences.|Short Read

How self-driving cars can be safer with connected technology

Mcity demonstrates the powerful pairing of connectivity and automation.|Medium Read

Driverless shuttle coming to U-M’s North Campus

Brought to you by Mcity, U-M’s public-private partnership to accelerate advanced mobility|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dmitry Berenson helps robots play nice with people

Putting our arm movements into code.|Short Read
Dog climbs over fallen tree

Building more stable four-legged robots

A biologist turned roboticist takes a closer look at dog gaits to help design better movements for four-legged robots.|Short Read
SE Elevation of the Ford Motor Company Robotics Building.

New U-M Robotics Building named in honor of Ford Motor Company gift

The gift will accelerate construction.|Medium Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

How to build a BigANT – Shai Revzen’s critter-inspired robots

How to build fast and cheap robots|Short Read
Shai Revzen

Shai Revzen part of a new five-institution MURI focused on the control of dynamic systems

As a member of the DDOTS to PICS MURI, Revzen will advance modeling and control of dynamic systems.|Short Read
Two robots

CASSIE: A tougher, lighter bipedal robot with eyes

New walking robot based on birds|Short Read