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ARCHITECTURAL ROBOTICS LAB | ACADEMICS

Bachelors, MA, MS, and PhD students actively participate in the activities of the ARCHITECTURAL ROBOTICS LAB through key participating units (namely, design [DEA], Mechanical Engineering [MAE], and Computer and Information Science [CIS], as well as allied graduate fields. Members of the lab are found in people.

CURRENTLY RECRUITING NEW STUDENTS FOR LAB

The ARCHITECTURAL ROBOTICS LAB is seeking new student-researchers. PhD students are awarded tuition and living stipends (see current, targeted needs). Masters and Bachelors students participating in the lab are rarely offered financial support but may earn credit through DEA 4010 (see form for participation). Bachelor students interested in joining the lab are strongly encouraged to take a course beforehand with Professor Green (see course offerings below). LAB graduates have gone on to careers at Microsoft, Disney, Vanderbilt Medical School, U. of North Carolina, and graduate studies in robotics at Stanford University.

COURSES TAUGHT BY KEITH EVAN GREEN

Human-Centered Design Methods | DEA 2730 (course site) - offered Fall
• Interaction Design (IxD) studio | DEA 4210 (course site) - offered Spring