Projects in the ROAR Lab consist of exoskeletons for the upper limb (CAREX, WREX), and lower limb (ALEX, GBO). Mobile platforms to improve socialization in physically impaired infants (Babies Driving Robots). A tactile feedback shoe for Parkinson's disease therapy (PD Shoe). And a cable based platform that provides various types of force to the pelvis for therapy (TPAD).
ROSE Lab projects span a wide range of applications from bird and insect inspired flapping robots to cable actuated system. The lab has a strong portfolio of applications for differentially flat systems, from satellite positioning to steering algorithms.