Robotics and Controls Lab
|Address:||Engineering and Science Building|
Storrs, CT 06269-4031
Robotics and Controls group in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at UCONN works on fundamental problems in control systems, estimation and machine learning with applications to autonomy and manufacturing robotics. The main focus has been to develop controls and estimation tools for nonlinear systems in the research topic areas of machine learning for control/learning from demonstration, human-robot collaboration and perception. The group philosophy is to integrate research, education and outreach to build a sustainable ecosystem for advancing state-of-the-art in controls and robotics.
RCL use RoboDK for simulation and offline programming of industrial robots. For more information please visit https://robodk.com.
Dr. Dani is guest co-editing a research topic on "Safety in Collaborative Robotics and Autonomous Systems" in Frontiers of Robotics and AI.
Ryan Saltus has successfully defended his M.S. thesis. Congratulations Ryan!
Gang Yao has successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation. Congratulations Dr. Yao!
Daniel Trombetta has successfully defended his M.S. thesis. Congratulations Daniel!
Join us at the ACC 2020 in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Dani is organizing a workshop on the Confluence of Vision and Control along with Dr. Nick Gans at the American Controls Conference, 2020.
Notice for new graduate students: If you are interested in working in my lab, you should apply to UConn graduate school. Don't contact me via email. We are always looking for motivated students with good academic background to join our group.