Undergraduate researchers Daniel Santos and Ethan Chung recently presented posters about their EDG research activities at the Undergraduate Research Symposium and Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow showcase, respectively. Great work!
Read more at: https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/robot-catches-jellyfish-gentle-hug
Collaborator Associate Professor Vincent Creuze visited EDG, and gave a seminar talk on Thursday July 25, 2019 entitled “Underwater Robotics: Manipulation and Sensing for Marine Biology and Underwater Archaeology.” ABSTRACT Of the two million shipwrecks that dot the seas of the world, many lie beyond scuba diving limits. These deep-water wrecks are remarkably well preserved […]
Consider joining the workshop hosted by EDG for IROS on the topic of Automation in Construction: Artificial Intelligence and Robots for the Realization of Smart Buildings. Speakers will present relevant topics in the morning, then collaborators at HKUST are arranging a panel of industrial and facility experts for an afternoon panel discussion on collaborating with […]
Prof. Stuart presented work conducted by Monica Li and collaborators at CARMABI and the California Academy of Science at the IEEE OCEANS conference June 2019. The talk was based on the peer-reviewed manuscript: Li, van der Zande, Harnandez-Agreda, Bongaerts, Stuart (2019). “Gripper Design with Rotation-Constrained Teeth for Mobile Manipualtion of Hard, Plating Corals with Human-Portable […]
Prof. Stuart is co-organizing a workshop on the topic of Marine Bio-inspired Soft Robotics with Li Wen (Beihang University), Marcello Calisti (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna) and Yufeng Chen (Harvard University). It will include speakers and discussions regarding underwater sensors and actuators, swimming, attachment and manipulation, swarming, etc. Visit the workshop website for more information. There is […]
EDG graduate students Laura Treers, Michael Abbott and Monica Li all earned 3-4 year fellowships to pursue exciting research topics starting this Fall 2019. Laura was awarded the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship for her work on arthropod-inspired robots. Michael was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for his work characterizing […]
Check out the article at: https://www.marinij.com/2019/01/21/san-rafael-scientists-aid-coral-reef-restoration-project/
Congrats to EDG students Monica Li, Michael Abbott, and Dominic Melville on their poster presentations at BARS 2018! For a video of Prof. Hannah Stuart giving a podium presentation, visit this youtube link.
Consider submitting to the new topic “Hands in the Real World” at the journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI. https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/8903