Mechatronics and Robotics Research Lab

Optimizing Human Performance through Mechatronics

The Mechatronics and Robotics Research Laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering. The lab is directed by Professor Frank Sup. We focus on the advancement of physical human-machine interaction. The core of the lab’s research is human-centered mechatronic design in developing collaborative and rehabilitative technologies. The research topics include wearable robotics, such as intelligent prosthetics and exoskeletons, human motion simulation and prediction, and advanced design and control structures and methodologies. We strive to expand the boundaries in the research community while providing a hands-on learning environment in leading-edge science.

Highlighted Research Projects

Frank Sup
Frank Sup
Associate Professor, MIE
Dr. Keshi He
Keshi He
Postdoctoral Researcher, MIE
Julio Aparicio
Julio Aparicio
PhD Student, MIE
Soumitra Sitole
Soumitra Sitole
PhD Student, MIE
Gina Georgadarellis
Gina Georgadarellis
PhD Student, MIE
Rishiraj Bose
Rishiraj Bose
PhD Student, MIE
seonhun
Seonhun Lee
PhD Student, MIE
Avery Minkin
Avery Minkin
Undergraduate Honors Researcher
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Hari Krishnan
Undergraduate Honors Researcher, MIE