Soft Robotics

Engineering bio-inspired mechatronics

About the Lab

The ASU Bio-Inspired Mechatronics Lab is a multidisciplinary laboratory that focuses on research and development of biologically inspired mechatronic technologies. Our current focus is to discover engineering principles and designs that will guide the development of entirely new approaches for wearable assistive devices and soft robotics with the goal to transform patient care and human activity.

Lab Members

       13 April 2018, ASU Polytechnic campus

 

The Bio-Inspired Mechatronics Lab is an affiliate lab of ASU Robotics.

ABC15 - ASU students' invention designed to help stroke patients

ABC15 - ASU students' invention designed to help stroke patients

Our work on the Soft-Inflatable Exosuit was covered by ABC15.

Engineering

Latest news

December 5, 2017

ABC15: Our work on the Soft-Inflatable Exosuit was covered by ABC15.

November 2, 2017

The State PressASU Polytechnic researchers want to help stroke victims walk again.

October 26, 2017

12News: Our research work on soft and wearable robotics has been covered by 12News.

Lab Openings

We are always looking for talented and ambitious graduate and undergradute students to conduct research as part of their thesis, supervised project, or FURI. Please contact the lab's PI sending your CV and describing your interests.