24/12/2020: Congratulations to Robby Huang for receiving an Engineering Learning Initiatives Award to continue his work with team mates Alex Zhu and Jasmin Ann to explore undulating robot collectives!
21/12/17: Big congratulations to Haron Abdel-Raziq for passing his A-exam on “Monitoring Pollination From Honey Bees and Dynamic Task Allocation for Robot Assisted Agriculture”!
14/05/20: Big congratulations to undergraduates Sijia Zhou and Jack Defay for receiving Engineering Learning Initiatives awards to continue their research over Summer 2020. Both Sijia and Jack will be working with graduate student Jonathan Jaramillo and postdoc Jake Peters studying how swarms of honey bees locate their queen.
28/04/20: Big congratulations to graduate student Steven Ceron for passing his A-exam. Steven will spend the next couple of years designing emergent behaviors in soft robot swarms with potential applications in micro-robots for medical applications.
23/4/20: Big congratulations to Steven Ceron for receiving the honorable Fulbright Fellowship. This comes as an extension to his SLOAN fellowship and his NSF Graduate Fellowship. The Fulbright will help support Steven in an internship with Dir. Metin Sitti’s group at the Max Plank Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart, where he will be exploring coordination algorithms for swarms of microrobots.
21/4/20: Big congratulations to graduate student Nialah Wilson for passing her A-exam. In collaboration with Prof. Shiri Azenkot, Nialah will now be embarking on a new and exiting research project related to accessible excergames using drone-feedback!
13/3/2020: Big congratulations to Nialah Wilson, Steven Ceron, and Logan Horowitz for their paper published today in a special issue of the journal on Scientific Frontiers in Robotics and AI. The paper summarizes years of work on “Scalable and Robust Fabrication, Operation, and Control of Compliant Modular Robots“, or the “DONUts project” as we refer to it.
28/02/2020: Big congratulations to Phoebe Koenig, Michael Smith, Logan Horowitz, and Daniel Palmer for their paper on “Artificial shaking signals in honey bee colonies elicit natural responses“, which was published today in Scientific Reports.