Luis Sentis, PhD from Stanford University
Associate Professor in Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, UT Austin
Research Interests: control of compliant human-centered robots, bipedal locomotion, design of humanoid robots, control of exoskeletons, control architectures, shared laboratories

Research Personnel

Binghan He
PhD Student
Current Research: Controller design and synthesis, human-in-the-loop control

Jaemin Lee
PhD Student
Current Research: Optimal control for locomanipulation

Minkyu Kim
PhD Student
Current Research: Active perception

Junhyeok Ahn
PhD Student
Current Research: Machine learning for legged robots

Mihir Vedantam
MS/PhD Student
Current Research: Machine learning for trajectory optimization

Seung Hyeon Bang
PhD Student
Research: Vision based locomotion and manipulation

Henry Cappel
MS Student
Current Research: Online estimation of human impedances

Gilbert Martinez
Undergraduate Research Student
Current Research: RoboCup@Home

Jee-Eun Lee
MS/PhD Student
Current Research: Control of robots walking on vertical surfaces

Ryan Gupta
MS/PhD Student
Current Research: High speed odometry and social navigation

Asha Jain
Undergraduate Research Student
Research: Autonomous delivery systems

Kyle Morgenstein
MS/PhD Student
Research: Autonomous locomotion in extreme environments

Andrew Repetski
MS/PhD Student
Research: Trust in autonomous systems

Heeyong Huh
MS/PhD Student
Research: Manipulation in contact with humans

Nick Machak
MS Student
Research: Autonomous delivery robots

Former Group Members