AMBER Lab located at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. It was established in 2008 in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Texas A&M University, and moved to Georgia Tech in 2015.
AMBER Lab is led by Prof. Aaron Ames, is devoted to both theoretical and experimental research in bipedal robotics, locomotion, nonlinear and hybrid systems, and prosthetic design.
Research Supported by:
- National Science Foundation: Through grants: CNS-0953823, CNS-1136104, CPS-1239055
- SRI International
- Texas Emerging Technology Fund
- Norman Hackerman Advanced Research Program (NHARP): Through award: 000512-0184-2009
- NASA: Through projects: NNX12AB58G and NNX11AN06H
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