Professor Arash Arami uses machine learning and system identification techniques to uncover the neural control of human movements and to design optimal controllers and AI for assistive robotic systems such as exoskeletons.
Professor David Correa is an expert in bio-inspired architecture, including bio-materials, 4-D printing, material structures, adaptive and self-forming systems, and advanced robotic fabrication.
Professor Kerstin Dautenhahn is the Canada 150 Research Chair in Intelligent Robotics and has pioneered research in social robotics, human-robot interaction and assistive robotics.
Professor Baris Fidan is an expert on system identification and adaptive control for multi-agent systems, mechatronics, control, and planning.
Professor Moojan Ghafurian is an expert on human-computer interaction and how it relates to assistive technology used in the care of older adults.
Professor Ehsan Hashemi is the Director of the NODE Lab research group at the University of Alberta and an expert on autonomous navigation, distributed controls, and assistive robotics.
Professor Yue Hu specializes in human-robot interactions and humanoid robotics, focusing on understanding different aspects of humans when physically interacting with a robot.
Professor Soo Jeon is a member of the Automation & Controls group in Mechanical & Mechatronics Engineering. His research lies in the area of design and control of mechatronic systems.
Professor Behrad Khamesee has pioneered research in microrobotics and magnetic levitation which has received international attention.
Professor Dana Kulić is the Director of the Robotics research group at Monash University and is an expert in humanoid robotics, human-robot interaction and intelligent systems.
Professor Edith Law focuses on how people can enhance and make sense of intelligent systems, such as robots and other human-in-the-loop systems, including issues related to transparency, engagement, trust and collaboration.
Professor John McPhee is the Canada Research Chair in Biomechatronic System Dynamics. His team develops dynamic models, machine learning algorithms, and model-based controllers for human-machine systems.
Professor William Melek is the RoboHub Director, a University Research Chair, and leads the Laboratory of Computational Intelligence and Automation. He is an expert on robotics, artificial intelligence, sensing, and state estimation.
Professor Katja Mombaur is the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Human-Centred Robotics and Machine Intelligence. She is an expert on human-robot interaction, wearable and humanoid robots, and human motion analysis.
Professor Chris Nielsen is a leading authority on nonlinear control systems and the mathematical design of feedback control laws.
Professor Gennaro Notomista is the Varma Family Professor in Robotics, focused on the design and control of robotic systems for long-duration autonomy with applications to persistent environmental monitoring for climate change ecological studies.
Professor Maya Przybylski is the Director of the DATALab research group in the School of Architecture and an expert on the complex intersection of architectural design, data and computation.
Professor Oliver Schneider is an expert on haptics, haptic computing, and human-computer interaction. He is working on methods to facilitate the widescale deployment of haptic technology.
Professor Hamed Shahsavan is an expert on the development of soft and programmable materials and their applications in the design and fabrication of mobile soft robots, functional devices, and artificial biological organisms.
Professor Stephen L. Smith is the Canada Research Chair in Autonomous Systems and an expert in both robotic motion planning and the distributed control of autonomous systems.
Professor James Tung focuses on the advancement of human movement research methods and development of assistive technology for independent mobility and rehabilitation.
Professor Steven Waslander is a leading authority on autonomous aerial and ground vehicles, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM), and multi-vehicle systems.