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Nearly $50 million in research funding awarded by NSF
Date:9/17/2012

ug and cell delivery, or assemble as a sensor network. MRI system environments are typically challenging for robots. With the use of two testbeds at different scales, the project seeks to create a transformative robotic technology that uses MRI systems to power, command and control robots under the guidance and control of a clinician.

Co-Robots for STEM Education in the 21st Century
University of California-Davis (Harry Cheng)

This project studies how to use co-robot systems and math-oriented co-robotics competitions to enhance student engagement, increase student motivation in learning algebra and subsequent science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects, and to pique interest in pursuing STEM related careers and post-secondary study. Using a unique robotics platform, a Lego-like intelligent modular system designed for K-12 education, this project prepares teachers to engage their students with relevant pedagogy that illustrates abstract math concepts with concrete applications using computing and robotics.

Expert-Apprentice Collaboration
Duke University (Carlo Tomasi)

This research centers on an integration of the classic expert-apprentice relationship into robotics. It develops visual feature-based methods that allow robots to teach humans, as well as learn from them by unifying apprenticeship learning. This project hopes to tap the potential that teaching by demonstration or imitation offers as a potentially powerful and practical approach to realizing the promise of large-scale personal robotics in a wide range of applications. It will also simplify and enable non-expert users to program computers.

Improved safety and reliability of robotic systems by faults/anomalies detection from uninterpreted signals of computation graphs
California Institute of Technology (Richard Murray)

This research centers on detecting error conditions--that is, figuring out when things
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Contact: Lisa-Joy Zgorski
lisajoy@nsf.gov
703-292-8311
National Science Foundation
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