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, planning, as well as applications in architecture and construction. We are constantly expanding, and we welcome new faculties and students to join our collaborative effort.

  • 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

  • Jia Deng

    3D Vision

  • Jaime F. Fisac

    Safety-Critical Learning and Control, Human Interaction

  • Elad Hazan

    Control and Reinforcement Learning, Optimization

  • Naomi Leonard

    Nonlinear Control and Dynamics, Multi-Agent Systems

  • Anirudha Majumdar

    Safety and Generalization Guarantees

  • Reza Moini

    Robotic additive manufacturing,  Architected materials

  • Radhika Nagpal

    Swarm robotics and AI, Underwater robots

  • Stefana Parascho

    Robotic Fabrication in Architecture

  • Glaucio H. Paulino

    Origami Robotics

  • Szymon Rusinkiewicz

    3D Representation, Localization and Planning

  • Olga Russakovsky

    Vision, Human Interaction

  • Bartolomeo Stellato

    Data-Driven Optimization and Control

  • Naveen Verma

    Intelligent Sensing

  • Aimy Wissa

    Bioinspired Locomotion; Dynamics of insect-inspired fast movement; Avian-inspired flow control, Design of multimodal robotic systems