Agile and Adaptive Robotics Lab
There are millions of years of evolution-based engineering for inspiration.

The Agile and Adaptive Robotics lab is interested in uncovering mechanisms of how animals achieve agile and adaptive control and applying these discoveries across a variety of fields.  By studying and developing models and controllers that mimic the structure and function of animal abilities, we work to discover how the wide range of adaptability that is seen in animal locomotion and movement is achieved. These models and controllers have potentially significant impacts in a variety of fields from phsical therapy and rehabilitation, to diagnosis and treatment of diseases, to robotic and artificially controlled systems.


Interested in getting involved?

Contact Dr. Alex Hunt at