Control, Mechatronics & Robotics
Research in the control, mechatronics and robotics area varies from fundamental theories in control to concept, design, and prototype evaluation of innovative mechatronics and robotics systems. Research in control and mechatronics focuses on integration of mechanical, electrical, and control systems for most engineering applications such as industrial, automation and medical applications. Research in robotics integrates robotics, control, advanced sensing technologies, and bio-materials for various applications in the fields of bio and intelligent robots.
Faculties in control, mechatronics and robotics research group conduct research on intelligent sensors and actuators, medical devices, rehabilitation and medical robots, bio-inspired robots, unmanned aerial vehicle/robot, formation control and mobile/swarm robots, motion control, active and passive vibration control and teleoperation.