Luis Sentis, PhD from Stanford University
Associate Professor in Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, UT Austin
Research Interests: control of compliant human-centered robots, fast locomotion and mobility under high payloads, design of humanoid robots, design of high-performance exoskeletons, field-oriented autonomous control architectures, smart shared laboratory facilities, founding startups, sustainable robotics via academia/industry startups

Postdocs / Research Scientists

Donghyun Kim
Postdoctoral Scientist
Current Work: Robust field-capable whole-body control architectures

Kwan Suk Kim
Research Scientist
Current Research: Safe whole-body human-robot interaction

Jack Hall
Research Scientist
Current Research: Theory of cognitive emergent systems

PhD Students

Gray Thomas
Ph.D. Student
Current Work: Robust control theory for humanoid robots

Steven Jorgensen
Ph.D. Student
Current Work: Synthesis of whole-body mission plans

Jaemin Lee
PhD Student
Current Research: High performance whole-body legged manipulation

Minkyu Kim
PhD Student
Current Research: Realtime productive mobility via intention recognition

Junhyeok  Ahn
PhD Student
Current Research: High performance whole-body legged locomotion

Binghan He
PhD Student
Research Interests: Synthesis of transparent and adaptable controllers for high-performance exoskeletons

Orion Campbell
MS/PhD Student
Current Research: Distributed software whole-body control architectures


Kunye Chen
PhD Student
Current Research: Intelligent tutoring for remote laboratories

MS Students

Travis Llado
MS Student
Research Interests: Design of field-oriented human-centered robots

Rachel Schlossman
MS Student
Current Research: Optimal control of whole-body elastic robots


Dorothy Jorgensen
MS Student
Current Research: Exoskeleton design with physiological factors

Nicolas Brissonneau
MS Student
Current Research: Experential control of high-performance exoskeletons

Former Group Members