Robotics // Computer Science & Engineering
Robotics researchers at the University of Washington, Computer Science & Engineering department are engaged in ground-breaking work in mechanism design, sensors, computer vision, robot learning, Bayesian state estimation, control theory, numerical optimization, biomechanics, neural control of movement, computational neuroscience, brain-machine interfaces, natural language instruction, physics-based animation, mobile manipulation, and human-robot interaction. We are currently working to define large-scale joint initiatives that will enable us to leverage our multi-disciplinary expertise to attack the most challenging problems in field.
Our group has close interactions with:
- UW Robotics, Control, Mechatronics Community
- Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
- Center for Game Science
- Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences
- Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing
- DO-IT center
- Taskar Center for Accessible Technology
- AI2: Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Robotics faculty and collaborators in related areas and other departments.
Robotics laboratories focusing on different research topics.
Our weekly Robotics Colloquium features diverse speakers from around the world.
Keep up to date with the major news occurring in robotics at UW.