Research

MODular Robotics LAB


MODular Robotics LAB

Advisors: Camillo J. Taylor, Mark Yim

Project Homepage: http://modlabupenn.org/

The Modular Robotics Lab (ModLab) is a subgroup of the GRASP Lab and the Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics Department at the University of Pennsylvania. A modular robot is a versatile system consisting of many simple modules that can change their configuration to suit a given task. These systems are inherently robust due to their redundancy, adaptability, and ability to self-repair. While originally focused on continuing research in the field of modular robotics, recent work at the lab has expanded to include micro/nano air vehicles and tunable stiffness for legged robot locomotion. The ModLab is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students from multiple disciplines including mechanical, electrical, and computer systems engineering.