Ryan Robinson, L-3 Communications Fellow and Ph.D. student in aerospace engineering advised by department chair Norm Wereley, won first place in the Student Hardware Competition at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures, and Materials Systems Conference for his technical paper and hardware demonstration of "Model-Based Feedforward Control of a Robotic Manipulator with Pneumatic Artificial Muscles."
This is part of a project in collaboration with Curt Kothera at Techno-Sciences Inc. under Small Business Innovations Research/Small Business Technology Transfer funding from the Telemedicine Advanced Technology Research Center at Ft. Dietrick, Md.
Student autonomous robotics competition slated for June 2019
A cooperative control algorithm for robotic search and rescue
Aerodynamic interaction model improves quadrotor flight stability in gusty winds
UMD's Paley Wins Grant for Micromobility Study
Student autonomous drone racing team takes 2nd place at IROS
Clark School student teams sweep MAV competition
Helping robots remember
Do Good Robotics Symposium to explore technologies that benefit society and the planet
It takes a swarm: These robots talk to each other, make decisions as a group
September 21, 2012