GRASP Lab Virtual Facility Tour

GRASP Lab Virtual Facility Tour

A virtual tour through our 21,000 square feet of research facilities.

Virtual GRASP Lab Tour Videos

Virtual GRASP Lab Tour Videos

The Creation and Integration of Knowledge through Scholarly Research, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation

The Creation and Integration of Knowledge through Scholarly Research, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation

GRASP Lab


Diversity Statement

We believe that our research in GRASP is better with a diverse team in a collaborative environment. We embrace and encourage our lab members’ differences in age, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, and other characteristics that make our lab members who they are. In recognition of the importance of collaboration, we do not abide intolerance, disrespectful or hurtful behavior.

Academics


The GRASP Laboratory incorporates a selective and rigorous robotics program for graduate and doctoral students that boasts a research-focused environment within a distinguished Ivy League university. GRASP students work and learn within an intellectual setting founded on the strength of its academic programs led by an expert faculty.

GRASP Lab by the Numbers


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Years Established

Years Established

Seminars & Events


Seminars & Events

Recent Publications


Matthew D. Kvalheim, Anthony M. Bloch +
GRASP Authors

Publisher Journal of Differential Equations

Year 2021

Alexander Spinos , Devin Carroll , Terry Kientz , Mark Yim +

Publisher Journal of Mechanisms Robotics

Year 2021

Matthew Malencia, Vijay Kumar, George J. Pappas, Amanda Prorok +

Publisher IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)

Year 2021

#GRASPLab


“The pure challenge of the problem, scientifically, and the excitement of the things that you can do with a system like that: this kind of problem used to always amaze me”
@PennEngineers
https://blog.cis.upenn.edu/the-pure-challenge-of-perception-georgios-pavlakos-receives-rubinoff-award-for-his-work-in-3d-reconstruction/

Join us for the last #GRASPOnRobotics talk of the semester, today at 11:00am EST with @davsca1 from @UZH_en! https://www.grasp.upenn.edu/livestream/

Using different teams of robots to model environmental processes https://techxplore.com/news/2021-04-teams-robots-environmental.html via @techxplore_com