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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

CSE alumnus Jim Boerkoel awarded NSF CAREER Grant for research into autonomous systems

Boerkoel's research will improve robustness and reliability in applications such as autonomous driving, automated warehousing, and personal robots.|Short Read
Two robots

CASSIE: A tougher, lighter bipedal robot with eyes

New walking robot based on birds|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

U-M first in line for new bird-inspired walking robot

Cassie is the first offering from new startup Agility Robotics, and is loosely modeled on the cassowary, a flightless bird similar to an ostrich. |Medium Read
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U-M first in line for new bird-inspired walking robot

Crashworthy biped expected to run faster than an 8-minute mile and conquer the Wave Field.|Short Read