EPFL

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne

Shin Won Dong

Phone: Email: won.shin@epfl.ch Institution:EPFL Lab: Laboratory of Intelligent Systems (LIS) Funding: Directly

Miniature Mobile Robots Group (MOBOTS)

The MOBOTS group main activity is system design for miniature autonomous mobile robots.This field includes a large spectrum of disciplines, spanning from Artificial Intelligence to mechatronics, from navigation techniques to digital electronics, from sensors to actuators technologies. The group’s research is based on strong competences in digital electronics and system integration. Director: Prof. Francesco MondadaInstitution: […]

Soft Transducers Lab (LMTS)

The Soft Transducers Lab develops reliable soft stretchable compliant sensors, actuators and transducers. Director: Prof. Herbert SheaInstitution: EPFL Discover the Lab Previous Next

MicroBioRobotic Systems Lab (MICROBS)

The MicroBioRobotic Systems Lab develops the science and techniques of microrobotics, where materials science and MEMS technology meet robotics, creating the next generation intelligent systems operating in complex microenvironments. Director: Prof. Selman SakarInstitution: EPFL Discover the Lab Twitter

Reconfigurable Robotics Lab (RRL)

The Reconfigurable Robotics Lab focuses on the design, actuation, fabrication, and control of unique robotic systems. The RRL research is committed to inventing interactive robotic systems with novel fabrication techniques and integration processes that push the limits of mechanical properties. These efforts enable them to create soft, reconfigurable, and interactive robots that are highly conscious […]

Translational Neural Engineering Lab (TNE)

The TNE lab develops effective neurotechnologies to restore sensorimotor function in people affected by different kinds of disabilities. They seek to translate neuroscience findings into clinical practice. Director: Prof. Silvestro MiceraInstitution: EPFL Discover the Lab Twitter Experimenters at TNE have demonstrated that it is possible to perform complex motor tasks (here controlling a drone) using […]

Lab. for Soft Bioelectronic Interfaces (LSBI)

The Laboratory for Soft Bioelectronic Interfaces is a multidisciplinary group at the cross roads of engineering and biology. Their research explores materials, technology and integration of soft bioelectronic interfaces or electronics skins: they design and characterize stretchable materials and devices, and implement them in ultra-compliant circuitry and soft biointerfaces.The field of applications of Soft BioElectronics […]

Biorobotics Lab (BIOROB)

The Biorobotics Laboratory work on the computational aspects of locomotion control, sensorimotor coordination, and learning in animals and in robots. They are interested in using robots and numerical simulation to study the neural mechanisms underlying movement control and learning in animals, and in return to take inspiration from animals to design new control methods for […]