Wanting to join our group?

Are you a interested in working on robots together?  

We are starting a "Worms in Wormholes" program to virtually connect and learn about earthworms and earthworm inspired robots. More info to come, but if you are an interested student either precollege, university or grad, email kam37 *at* case.edu with subject "wormholes". 

Congratulations to Natasha Rouse for First First Author Publication

See the whole paper in the publications tab to the left. 

Congratulations Nicole Graf for first first author journal publication

See whole paper in publications tab on the left

A Partial List of Lab Publications

13. Yang Chen, John Grezmak, Nicole M. Graf  and Kathryn Daltorio. Sideways crab-walking is faster and more efficient than forward walking for a hexapod robot. Bioinspiration and Biomimetics. Accepted April 11, 2022 https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-3190/ac6847

Fall Undergraduate Work in the Lab

Congraulations Ariel Foss, Katherine Koning, Alex Bukovinsky - Motion Actuated Robotic Hexapod

Kati goes to SERDP Symposium

A productive and fun visit to Washington, DC after award notification from SERDP for SEED proposal.