Trainees

Albert Enyedy
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
ajenyedy@wpi.edu
My research aims to improve the arm motion control speed of WPI’s Atlas robot by using visual feedback to move towards real-time operation, presenting the opportunity for applications such as showing a humanoid robot how to complete a task via mirroring a human participant’s motions.

Tsung-Chi (TC) Lin
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
tlin2@wpi.edu
My research aims to develop intuitive, efficient and ergonomic teleoperation interface for mobile humanoid nursing robots (personal webpage).

Achyuthan Unni Krishnan
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
aunnikrishnan@wpi.edu
My research aims to develop robot autonomy to reduce the physical and cognitive workload in nursing robot teleoperation (personal website).

Zhuoyun Zhong
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
zzhong3@wpi.edu
My research focuses on the development of assisted navigation interfaces for high-mobility nursing robots.

Kenechukwu Churchill Mbanisi
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
kcmbanisi@wpi.edu
My research develops biomechanical modeling of human driver and analyze the human factors and interaction dynamics of vehicle maneuver (personal website).