23/11/1: Kirstin Petersen is promoted to Associate Professor with indefinite tenure at Cornell University!
23/10/1-5: Find us at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) in Detroit, where CEI-lab alumni Steven Ceron is co-organizing a workshop on Swarms Across the Scales, and graduate student Heather Jin Hee Kim is presenting on Robotic Barrier Construction through Weaved, Inflatable Tubes as part of a collaboration between the CEI-lab and the Hybrid Body Lab!
27/07/23: Very excited that our latest work in collaboration with the Napp lab and the Smith Bee lab and many others, on construction of distributed construction of hexagonal comb across honey bees and social wasps came out in PLOS Biology today, and got media coverage in Science!
14/7/23: If you’re at the Conference of Robotics: Science and Systems, we hope you will join us for an invited talk by Kirstin Petersen at the Workshop for Translational Soft Robots in successful Real-World Applications, on “Harnessing Nonuniform Pressure Distributions to Achieve Complex Motions with Soft Robots”.
20-23/6/23: Dr. Alexandra Nilles and alumni Dr. Steven Ceron presents at the “Collective Intelligence: Foundations and Radical Ideas” Symposium at the Santa Fe Institute – and won the Best Poster Award!
06/06/23: Huge congratulations to Dr. Steven Ceron for getting our joint work with Max Planck on “Programmable self-organization of heterogeneous microrobot collectives” published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences today! Check the original article here, a Cornell Chronicle feature here, and a highlight in Nature here!
15/03/2023: Only 7 days left to the 3rd annual International Conference on Embodied Intelligence (March 22-24th).
The conference in held online and attendance is free with registration. Prof. Petersen will be chairing the second half of the first day.
Hope to see you there!
20/2/23: Very excited to announce that Drs Ceron and O’Keeffe’s work on “Diverse Behaviors in Non-Uniform Chiral and Non-Chiral Swarmalators” was just published in Nature Communications today!
Addendum 7/3/2023: The article was just featured in the Applied Physics and Mathematics section of the Editor’s Highlights.