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The General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab is a truly inter-disciplinary research center at the University of Pennsylvania. GRASP is housed in the School of Engineering and Applied Science with faculty, students and staff from the departments of Computer and Information Science, Electrical and Systems Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics. Founded in 1979, the lab has grown today to be one of the premier research centers focusing on fundamental research in robotics, vision, perception, control, automation and learning.

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  • Mobile robot research: Obstacle avoidance
  • Mobile robot research: Robotics aids for the disabled
  • Mobile robot research: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
  • Research in the field of robotics
  • Research: 3D Vision
  • Research: Autonomous vehicles
  • Research: Biologically-inspired, large networked groups of autonomous vehicles
  • Research: Evolutionary computation
  • Research: Learning controllers
  • Research: Non-invasive measurements
  • Research: Smart cars
  • Robotics research: Autonomous robots
  • Robotics research: Biologically inspired robotics
  • Robotics research: Emergency response in hazardous environments
  • Robotics research: Emergent self models
  • Robotics research: Evolutionary robotics
  • Robotics research: Modular robotics and self assembly
  • Robotics research: Self-organizing stochastic robotics