Robotics and Mechatronics (RAM) deals with the application of modern systems and control methods to practical situations. Focus is on robotics, as a specific class of mechatronic systems. The research is embedded in the TechMed institute. The research of the group is application-oriented. The main goal is to investigate the applicability of modern systems, imaging and control methods to practical situations in the area of robotics.
In the RAM Lab, we have quite a variety of robotic setups: basic 1 or 2 motor systems, precise motion control platforms, a production cell-like block circulator, several types of flying and wheeled mobile robots, humanoid walking robots, and setups for robotized needle insertion.
For more information visit the Robotics and Mechatronics website.