Laboratory of Intelligent Systems
Our fields of activity span:
We take inspiration from nature for the design, learning and control of agile drones that can fly in cluttered environments and in swarms.
We investigate and develop novel soft wearable robots for natural interactions between humans and robots.
We investigate smart materials, mechanical design, learning and control of soft robots that capture the resilience and adaptability of living organisms.
THE LATEST NEWS
Tales from a Robotic World, MIT Press
Dario Floreano and Nicola Nosengo describe new trends in robotics research and how they will impact our lives in a not-so-distant future. The authors also presents possible economic and social scenarios, and what could go wrong.
Robotics Master graduate, Victor C. Rochel, receives the Hilti Award
Robotics Master graduate, Victor Casas Rochel, receives the Hilti Award for the outstanding creativity, innovation, and originality of his Master's Thesis titled "Utilizing Wind Currents in Morphing VTOL Tailsitters" in the field of mechatronics with practical applications.