Amir Degani

, Assoc. Prof.
Associate Professor
  • Locomotion and mobility –dynamic locomotion such as dynamic climbing robots
  • Non-linear dynamics – for hybrid, non-smooth systems such as hopping and climbing robots
  • Field robotics – autonomous vehicles in outdoors/unstructured environmental
  • Agricultural Robotics – optimal manipulator design, autonomous precision agriculture
  • Planning, sensing and executing complex tasks in unstructured environments with applications in Agricultural, Environmental and Civil Engineering, including fruit picking, search and rescue, inspecting buildings after earth-quacks, etc
  • Minimalism in design – Can you build a climbing robot with one motor? no sensors? how much computation do you need in order to complete a given task?
  • Manipulation of deformable objects
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