Robotics at Princeton


Robotics at Princeton consists of faculties and research groups working on robotics from various departments at Princeton University. We work on a wide variety of research areas in robotics including perception, control, learning, and planning. Our applications span manipulation, locomotion, drones, autonomous vehicles, construction, architecture, and soft robots. We are constantly expanding, and we welcome new faculties and students to join our collaborative effort. All welcome statement


Core Faculty

Jaime F. Fisac

Safety-Critical Learning and Control, Human Interaction

Naomi Leonard

Nonlinear Control and Dynamics, Multi-Agent Systems

Anirudha Majumdar

Safety and Generalization Guarantees

Radhika Nagpal

Swarm robotics and AI, Underwater robots

Glaucio H. Paulino

Origami Robotics

Szymon Rusinkiewicz

3D Representation, Localization and Planning

Naveen Verma

Intelligent Sensing

Aimy Wissa

Bioinspired Locomotion; Avian-inspired flow control


Parastoo Abtahi

Human-Robot Interaction, Augmented Reality

Ryan Adams

Machine learning, manufacturing, soft robotics

Arash Adel

Human-Robot Collaboration, Construction Robotics, Additive Manufacturing

Sigrid Adriaenssens

Robotics in Construction

Amir Ali Ahmadi

Optimization and Learning Dynamical Systems

Christine Allen-Blanchette

Geometric deep learning; Physics-guided AI for forecasting and control

Pierre-Thomas Brun

Soft robotics; programmable matter 

Jia Deng

3D Vision

Elad Hazan

Control and Reinforcement Learning, Optimization

Daniela Mitterberger

Human-Robot Collaboration, Construction Robotics, Extended Reality Systems

Reza Moini

Robotic additive manufacturing,  Architected materials

Olga Russakovsky

Vision, Human Interaction

Bartolomeo Stellato

Data-Driven Optimization and Control