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 a human driver and analyzes the human factors and interaction dynamics of vehicle maneuver (personal website).
Fadi Alladkani 
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
My research aims to improve sorting and separation of mixed-waste in the recycling industry using a human-robot collaboration architecture.
James Akl
PhD Student
Robotics Engineering
jgakl@wpi.edu
My research develops a collaborative robotic platform for metal scrap cutting that leverages worker expertise and increases their efficiency and safety.
Trevor Bond
PhD Student
tbond@wpi.edu
My Research aims to improve mechanical properties of cold spray additive manufacturing through robotic control of spray parameters.

Galen Brown
PhD Student
gibrown@wpi.edu
My Research focuses on using real time visual information to improve robot grasping.
Shou-Shan Chiang
PhD Student
schiang@wpi.edu
My Research aims to model and control soft continuum robot and improve the user experience of human-robot interaction. 
Arvand Navabi
PhD Student
amnavabi@wpi.edu
My Research in robot assisted deposition in additive manufacturing of materials is optimized based on creation of high performance materials,my job is to transfer insight about contact and adhesion of material in the deposition process.