Lehigh’s Autonomous and Intelligent Robotics (AIR) Lab is a joint research group composed of faculty and students at Lehigh University. Our research covers relevant areas in robotics including robot control, machine learning, manipulation, aerial robotics, autonomous driving and more.

 

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AIR Lab Robot Autonomy Seminar Series

AIR Lab Robot Autonomy Seminar Series

The AIR Lab Robot Autonomy Seminar Series is a dynamic platform at the intersection of robotics, artificial intelligence, and autonomous systems. This seminar series provides an invaluable forum for experts, researchers, and enthusiasts to delve...

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Advancing Network Control

Advancing Network Control

With support from a nearly $500,000 Air Force Office of Scientific Research grant, researchers in Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science are making strides in understanding and managing signal transmission...

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Solving ambiguity in robot perception

Solving ambiguity in robot perception

Professor Nader Motee recently received a nearly $680,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research to develop a novel, multi-stage, perception-based control paradigm that will essentially help robots assess risk, and ultimately make autonomous...

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A simpler path to supercharge robotic systems

A simpler path to supercharge robotic systems

Professor Subhrajit Bhattacharya has earned a prestigious NSF CAREER award for project using the mathematical field of topology, which could help streamline complex robotic systems used in healthcare, transportation, and manufacturing. The...

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