UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
The ongoing robotics research in the Department of Mechanical Engineering covers a wide range of topics, such as planning, motion control, multi-agent coordination, and robot-assisted rehabilitation, and involves a variety of robotic platforms including mobile robots, quadrotors, and legged robots. Meanwhile, to prepare our students for the fast-paced, competitive world that will heavily rely on the rapidly advancing robotics technology, the Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a series of undergraduate and graduate level courses in the robotics/control direction.
Self-organized dynamics in complex systems, Multi-agent systems, Connected and autonomous vehicles, System reliability and prognostics, Robotic ensembles