Laboratory of mechatronics, control and prototyping
The Laboratory of mechatronics, control and prototyping conducts development research and application of new mechatronics components, algorithms and software for mechatronic devices optimal design development.
The laboratory conducts research and development work with the focus on control system design and development for industrial robots, the development of new principles and models of robotic systems control, the development of multi-level and hierarchical control systems, the development of modular control systems, the development of universal control systems.
Scientific research includes algorithms of the implicit algorithms for force-torque determination, the development of new advanced hardware for force-torque sensing and force-torque data processing algorithms, the use of force moment measurements for identifying dynamic models, multiplexing force-torque measurements for more accurate determination of artificial skin technologies.
The laboratory team conduct development research in innovative tools and mechanisms for 3D printing (plastic, aluminum and cement), the development of manipulators for 3D printing of large objects.
- Dynamics and control systems
- Humanoid robots and promoters
- Actuators and systems
- Modeling and design of complex robotic systems
- Perception, manipulation and remote control
- Mechatronics, robot sensory system and perception means
- Additive technologies and robotic systems prototyping
- Mobile Robotics
- Service Robotics
Development of a hardware-software complex for ensuring movement on smooth and rough terrain of anthropomorphic robotic systems with variable stiffness drives
Intelligent methods for creating and improving motion primitives for anthropomorphic robots
Development of a rigidity model and methods for compensating for compliance errors for walking anthropomorphic platforms
Development of a hardware-software complex of an anthropomorphic walking robot
Development of a universal robotic with high cross-country performance - StriRus
Development of the modeling and control methods for reconfigurable cable robots taking into account elastic deformations of mechanical elements
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