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1   Link   MED Lab, Vanderbilt University
Our research interests are in both basic science and applications. Enhancing medicine is what drives our work, but we often find that new fundamental scientific results enable the best solutions to the problem at hand. Thus, we can and do follow intellectually interesting lines of inquiry inspired by our practical, clinically-motivated core research.
2   Link   Center for Intelligent Mechatronics, Vanderbilt University
The Center focuses on the design and control of electromechanical devices, with particular emphasis on the intersection of design and control. Much of our work is human-centered, including current research in anthropomorphic robotic upper and lower extremity prostheses; dynamic approaches to the control of robot biped locomotion; the use of biologically derived coordination influences for the control of legged locomotion in multi-legged robots; the development of high power-density actuation for human-scale robots; and the development of hybrid-FES systems to restore gait to spinal cord injured individuals.
3   Link   Biorobotics Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University
4   Link   Robotics Group, Columbia University
5   Link   Laboratory of Robotics Innovation and Intervention, UM-SJTU Joint Institute
Robotics in services and healthcare practices has attracted more and more attentions in the past decades. Numerous challenges and difficulties, as well as promising perspectives, have presented themselves in the painful yet enjoyable processes of making robots facilitate healthcare practices and improve people's lives. Witnessing how robotics technology has dramatically improved industrial productivity, this prospering robotics research which, with breakthroughs found ahead, is capable of improving healthcare practices and people's lives revolutionarily.
6   Link   Robotics laboratory MRL
Moshe Shoham, Technion Israel. Specializes in parallel robots and medical robotics
7   Link   Biorobotics and Biomechanics Lab
Specializes in snake-like robots , screw theory, and biomechanics
8   Link   Jean Pierre Merlet
The parallel robots guru.
9   Link   Laboratory for the Analysis and Synthesis of Spatial Movement (J.-M. McCarthy)
Specializes in mechanism synthesis, dual number kinematics and mechanism design
10   Link   Mechanical Systems Laboratory
Sunil Agrawal
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware

Specializes in robot design, system dynamics, control, and rehabilitation
11   Link   Laval University Robotics Laboratory
Clement Gosselin's lab. Specializes in parallel robots and under-actuated hands, mechanism design.
12   Link   Robot & Protein Kinematics Lab
Gregory Chirikjian's lab at JHU.
13   Link   Nakamura and Yamane Robotics Lab
Specializes in humanoid robots
14   Link   Haptics Laboratory at JHU
Specializes in medical robotics and haptics
15   Link   Telerobotics Lab
Specializes in tele-robotics and magnetic actuation and sensing with medical applications
16   Link   MSU Robotics Research Group
The MSU robotics research group creates unique, agile continuum robots shaped by real-time execution of complex, cutting-edge models which accurately predict the shape of a continuum robot. We bridge the gap between theory and practice, focusing on the development of exciting new methods for our robotics to interact with and change the world around us.
17   Link   Biomimetics and Dextrous Manipulation Laboratory, Stanford University
The Stanford Biomimetics and Dextrous Manipulation Laboratory is affiliated with the Center for Design Research (CDR), which is part of the Design Division of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.
18   Link   Mechanical Systems Laboratory - University of Delaware
Our research interests are in the areas of Robotics and Control with emphasis on Cable-Suspended Robots, Medical and Assistive Robots, Flapping Wing MAVs, Biped Robots, Mobile Robots, and Others.
19   Link   Computational Robotics @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Computational Robotics Group, led by Prof. Ron Alterovitz, addresses fundamental algorithmic challenges in medical and assistive robotics. Emerging robots have the potential to perform surgical procedures beyond current clinical capabilities and to autonomously assist people in their homes with everyday tasks. We develop the algorithms required to enable medical and personal robots to safely and autonomously operate in highly unstructured, uncertain, and possibly deformable environments.
20   Link   Dr Roy Featherstone's homepage
The Guru of robot kinematics and dynamics
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