Interactive & Emergent Autonomy Lab

Art + Media

Science Robotics

Katie's paper Ergodicity reveals assistance and learning from physical human-robot interaction was published in Science Robotics in April 2019. In the paper, information theoretic principles were applied to the investigation of physical human-robot interaction.

NSF Science Nation

Engineering highly adaptable robots requires new tools for new rules. NSF-funded research aiming to make it easier for humans to work directly with a robotic partner in applications such as physical therapy.

Control Systems Society

Ahalya won third place in the 2017 IEEE Control Systems Society Video Clip Contest with her video Autonomous Robot Drawing: From Distribution to Actions using Feedback.

CBS Chicago

Professor Murphey was interviewed as part of a CBS story on robots improving productivity.