MnRI would like to highlight the following individuals.
Our research revolves around the development of intelligent robots and autonomous systems. We focus on two key domains: industrial robotics and social robotics. In these domains, we encounter several
Aerospace researchers continuously tackle the problem of exploring distant places while navigating challenging environments closer to home with greater precision and accuracy.
As we approach the end of summer, we are proud to highlight MnRI’s free summer Tech Camps for middle schoolers. We congratulate the graduates of the 2023 and MS in Robotics program.
This week the Minnesota Robotics Institute hosted 20 youths from the Minnesota African Women's Association, MAWA program at our first annual summer Tech Camp of 2023.
Kim Gustafson, a Ph.D. student in Mechanical Engineering, was the first-place poster award winner out of the 110 posters presented at the Tenth Annual Minnesota Neuromodulation Symposium. A MnRI Seed
MnRI faculty and researchers are participating in several transportation projects involving connected vehicles, autonomous operation, intelligent warning systems, and robotics.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has just announced a $20 million grant for a new AI Institute led by the University of Minnesota, focusing on climate-smart agriculture and forestry. Named AI-
As we approach the end of the academic year, we want to highlight the accomplishments of our faculty and students in the M.S. in Robotics program.
The IRV Lab team wrapping up a week of sea trials at the Bellairs Research Centre in Holetown, Barbados with their robotic work(sea) horses.
New rounds of exciting MnRI Seed Grant funding have been issued!
Congratulations to the 2023 Award Recipient- Professor Ognjen Ilic, Mechanical Engineering, College of Science & Engineering.