The goal of LEMUR is to enable a future filled with robots, with research areas spanning:

  • Printable robotics
  • Rapid design and fabrication
  • Controls algorithms
  • Wireless sensor networks
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Research in LEMUR spans the design, manufacturing, and control of personal, pervasive robotic systems

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LEMUR comprises a diverse team of engineers working together to define the future

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LEMUR fosters a fun and dynamic environment for innovation, creativity, and outreach

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Lab news

  • 16 Feb 2018: See the UCLA Engineering writeup of Prof. Ankur Mehta's CAREER award.
  • 25 Jan 2018: Prof. Ankur Mehta was awarded an NSF CAREER grant for research leading to Robots for Everyone, Everywhere!
  • 11 Jan 2018: Cathy's paper "Stabilizing traffic with autonomous vehicles" has been accepted to ICRA 2018!
  • 11 Jan 2018: Tsang-Kai's paper "Optimal Scheduling for Resource-Constrained Multirobot Cooperative Localization" has been accepted to IEEE RA-L, and will also be presented at ICRA 2018!
  • 13 Dec 2017: Come see Tsang-Kai present his paper "Multirobot Cooperative Localization Algorithm with Explicit Communication and its Topology Analysis" at ISRR 2017!
  • 3 Sep 2017: Tsang-Kai's paper "Multirobot Cooperative Localization Algorithm with Explicit Communication and its Topology Analysis" has been accepted to ISRR 2017!
  • 23 Aug 2017: Congratulations Prathyush and Gopi for winning Undergraduate Research Scholarship Program awards!
  • 6 Jul 2017: Prof. Ankur Mehta answers 3 questions with UCLA Engineering.
  • 1 Jul 2017: Prof. Ankur Mehta's work on autonomous vehicles is discussed in UCLA Magazine.