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We strive to deploy and stress-test our work on real robots in real-world environments.

From crowd motion prediction to robot navigation in crowds [IROS 2023]

Multirobot push-based rearrangement planning [IROS 2023]

Crowd navigation via topological invariance [RA-L/ICRA 2023]

Crowd navigation study at Cornell (N=105) [HRI 2019][T-HRI 2022]

Kuri navigating the UW hallways [HRI 2022]

In-hand manipulation via proximity sensing [IROS 2022]

Electrostatic braking for dexterous manipulation [under review at IJRR]

Telemanipulation with Chopsticks [IROS 2020]

MuSHR: The UW open-source robot racecar [tech report 2019]

OpenBionics proshetic hands [IROS 2015]

OpenBionics robotic hands [IROS 2014]

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