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Founded in late 2019, our vision at Zoom Lab is to create robots that can mechanically conform to the environment or objects that they interact with to alleviate the need for high-speed, high-accuracy, and high-precision controllers. We pursue this goal by developing compliant mechanisms for manipulators and robots, focusing on bio-inspiration and unconventional materials, and engaging with the community to increase interest in science and engineering.
We are looking to expand our team. If you're interested, read about our open positions!
To get more information about research and facilities, click here.
We are a part of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
COMPLIANT PARALLEL ROBOTS
PHYSICALLY COUPLING ROBOTS
LAB NEWS AND UPDATES
Congratulations Avi for defending his Master's Thesis! Good luck with your new adventures at Nvidia!
Prof. Temel contributed to recent PNAS paper about developing a physical model of ultra-fast mantis shrip motion!
Congratulations to Pragna Mannam and Avi Rudich for their paper in RSS 2021!
Zoom Lab had their first in-person event after a long break, where everyone painted their favorite wooden objects!
Congratulations to Pragna Mannam for her starting her internship at Facebook!
Congratulations to YiSha for receiving the presidential fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University!
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