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The Autonomous Systems Lab focuses on estimation and control for a variety of applications in the general area of autonomous/semi-autonomous robotic systems. It is directed by Professors Mark Campbell and Hadas Kress-Gazit of the Sibley School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University.

The lab is equipped with a variety of vehicles (Pioneer rovers, aerial quad-rotors, walking robots), sensors (laser range finder, camera/vision, infra-red/thermal) and an experimental area containing a Vicon system for accurate GPS-like indoor localization using multiple fixed cameras. The lab also has a set of robots for outdoor use, including a fully autonomous Chevrolet Tahoe (Skynet), one of the finishers of the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge, rugged Segway robots, and handheld ultramobile computers.

Recent News

  • August 2015: Applications for M.Eng./Undergraduate positions available in ASL are now open. An informational meeting will held on Thursday/Friday August 27/28th at 4pm in Rhodes 155. These meetings will be geared toward getting new students familiar with our lab and the work we do. Attendance is strongly encouraged. Please email the contacts with your application and any questions. This is for Cornell students only -- please submit your application and CV/resume no later than August 29th, 2015.
  • ASL will be having an informational meeting on Thursday August 27th and Friday August 28th at 4:00pm in Rhodes 155.

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Contact Us

Autonomous Systems Lab
153/155 Rhodes Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
Tel: 607-254-4709
Professor Mark Campbell
105 Upson Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
Professor Hadas Kress-Gazit
210 Upson Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853