Undergraduate Research

The GRASP Lab provides a variety of opportunities for undergraduate students to become involved in high-quality undergraduate student-faculty & undergraduate-graduate student collaborative research and mentoring.

Undergraduate Research

Kod*lab
Advisors: Daniel Koditschek
Project Homepage: http://kodlab.seas.upenn.edu/

Legged RoboCup Soccer Team
Advisors: CJ Taylor
Project Homepage: http://fling.seas.upenn.edu/~robocup/wiki/index.php

MODular Robotics LAB
Advisors: Camillo J. Taylor, Mark Yim
Project Homepage: http://modlabupenn.org/


Current Undergraduate Research Programs and Projects

Information for current undergraduate solutions can be found on the SEAS Undergraduate Research website


Past Undergraduate Research Programs and Projects

The GRASP Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania is proud to have operated a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Site entitled Perception, Planning, Mobility, and Interaction for Next Generation Robotics. This REU Site ran from 2012 to 2014 and was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). This REU Site is now closed; below is the information from our years of operation.

Undergraduate GRASP Research Projects for 2015
Advisors: Vijay KumarMax MintzMark Yim

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)..."Perception, Planning, Mobility, and Interaction for Next Generation Robotics"
Advisors: Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, Max Mintz
Project Homepage: http://reu.grasp.upenn.edu

Undergraduate GRASP Research Projects for 2010
Advisors: Daniel D. Lee,  Kostas Daniilidis, Dan KoditschekKatherine J. KuchenbeckerVijay KumarCamillo J. TaylorMark Yim

Undergraduate GRASP Research Projects for 2009
Advisors: Daniel D. Lee,  Kostas DaniilidisDan KoditschekKatherine J. KuchenbeckerVijay Kumar, Maxim LikhachevCamillo J. TaylorMark Yim