Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab

Beyond human-level dynamic motion control

The Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems (DARoS) Laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the Manning College of Information and Computer Sciences is creating robotic systems for common goods. Our primary research area is in the dynamic locomotion of legged systems with a focus on the development of control architectures and their experimental validation. The ultimate goal of our group is to develop robots to be practical tools for human life by enhancing robotic systems to be faster, smarter, and more robust.

Lab Members

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Donghyun Kim
Assistant Professor, CICS
Daniel Marew
Daniel Marew
Ph.D. Candidate, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
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Hochul Hwang
Ph.D. Student, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
Shifan Zhu
Shifan Zhu
Ph.D. Candidate, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
Simon (Shangqun) Yu
Shangqun (Simon) Yu
Ph.D. Candidate, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
Nisal Perera
Nisal Perera
Ph.D. Candidate, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
Krisha
Krisha Adhikari
Undergraduate Student, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
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Kevin Oliveira
Undergraduate Student, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab
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Ken Suzuki
Undergraduate student, Dynamic and Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab