I am working with several teams in the Neuromorphics Lab with the goal of integrating recent advances in neuromorphic engineering, computational modeling, and robotics, to design robotic agents capable of interacting in a natural environment and in real time. The goal is to build the next generation robotic agents able to learn to interact with, and work alongside humans, with applications ranging from assistive robotics to national defense.

My work in robotics spans thee main areas:

Integrative brain systems for robots

Neuromorphic hardware for robots

Assistive robotics and brain-machine interfaces


I am the leader of the Neuromorphics Lab, a highly collaborative lab with connections across both academia and industry.