The goals of the Biomechatronic Learning Laboratory are: (1) to pursue biomechatronic and rehabilitation robotic research to address health and lifestyle issues affecting individuals with physical disabilities; and (2) to produce the next generation of biomechatronic and rehabilitation robotic engineers.

Recent News

The Biomechatronic Learning Laboratory was recently featured in the March 2009 issue of the O&P Edge magazine in an article entitled, "I, Robot"

Lab Spotlight

Annual Richard Tapia Conference Celebration of Diversity in Computing" in Portland, Oregon April 1st-4th 2009.