Now Recruiting Faculty for Texas Robotics
Texas Robotics at the University of Texas at Austin invites
applications for tenure-track faculty positions. Outstanding
candidates in all areas of Robotics will be considered.
Texas Robotics Symposium 2022
Thank you to everyone who made the 2022 Texas Robotics Symposium possible.
Texas Robotics Graduate Portfolio Program
Texas Robotics offers a Graduate Portfolio Program through which students can earn a “Certification of Expertise” distinction on their masters or doctorate level degree.
Ukrainian Volunteers Use 3D Printers to Save Lives
Texas Robotics would like to welcome Roman Mykhailyshyn, an Associate Professor of Automation Technological Processes and Manufacturing at Ternopil National Technical University, Ukraine. Dr Mykhailyshyn is joining us for the next year to continue his robotics research, as part of the UT Center for Russian and Eastern European and Eurasian Studies program to sponsor displaced Ukrainian scholars.
In a recent IEE Spectrum article, Dr Roman Mykhailyshyn highlights ways that volunteers in the Ukraine have used 3D printers to fabricate products used to support their troops and medics.
UT Austin Selected for entry into EcoCAR EV Challange
Dr Joydeep Biswas of Texas Robotics and the College of Natural Sciences, along with Dr Junmin Wang and Dr Alex Huang of the Cockrell School of Engineering, are faculty advisors for the UT Austin team selected for entry into the EcoCar EV Challenge.
SparkCognition Parters with Texas Robotics
Professor Yuke Zhu Awarded NSF CAREER Award
The National Science Foundation's CAREER Award celebrates early-career faculty who have demonstrated the potential to serve as academic role models and leaders in the mission of their department or organization. This is an annual award presented by the National Science Foundation (NSF) from which recipients receive a federal grant for research and education activities.
Texas Regional Robotics Symposium 2022
The Texas Regional Robotics Symposium was hosted by Texas Robotics this year!
Robot Soccer Players Move the Ball, and Technology, Forward
Robot soccer is a test case for algorithms used in all kinds of applications, like using cameras for reasoning, or predicting the movements of others, said RoboCup President Peter Stone, who is also the executive director of Sony AI America, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, and director of Texas Robotics.
TX Robotics featured in What Starts Here campaign
The 2022 What Starts Here campaign highlights the collaboration between students and Faculty from Rehabilitation and Neuromuscular Robotics (ReNeu) and Clinical Neuroprosthetics & Brain Interaction (CNBI) labs.
Keya Ghonasgi Selected for University Graduate Continuing Fellowship
A Personal Experience Galvanizes Rehab Tech Researchers
Many members of the UT community have rallied around James Sulzer — and his family.
Outracing champion Gran Turismo drivers with deep reinforcement learning
Joint project with Sony AI and TX Robotics featured in Nature
US Patent Published by Inventors: Dr. Farshid Alambeigi, Alexander Cohen, Christopher R. Idelson, and Christopher Rylander
Methods, systems and controllers for facilitating cleaning of an imaging element of an imaging device
'Feeling tumors': UT Austin, MD Anderson tech lets doctors better detect and cure fatal cancers
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and MD Anderson Cancer Center are joining forces to better detect, diagnose and cure many common and fatal types of cancers.
According to the two UT System institutions, the goal is to combine the best expertise to improve patient outcomes.
Livie and the Robots
James and Lindsay Sulzer have spent their careers developing technologies to help people recover from disease or injury. Their daughter’s freak accident changed their work—and lives—forever.
Can Robots Beat the World Cup Winners by 2050?
For football fans around the globe the pinnacle of the sport is the World Cup final. But what if that match was ultimately just the precursor to a game between the best humans and the best robots?
New UT program puts focus on ethical AI, building robots to do 'helpful tasks' - KXAN
AUSTIN (KXAN) — How does society approach the ethical use of artificial intelligence and building robots?
It’s a question students at the University of Texas at Austin will soon have to take a deeper look into.
Called CREATE (Convergent, Responsible, and Ethical AI Training Experience for Roboticists), it will offer graduate coursework and professional development in responsible design and implementation
Robots for Humans - Texas CEO Magazine
A Conversation with Dr. Nicholas Paine and Jeff Cardenas of Apptronik
The two 35-year-olds, who cofounded Apptronik and serve as its Chief Executive and Chief Strategy Officer respectively, didn’t get into the field of robotics to tinker around the edges. In fact, Nicholas told Jeff early on that his greatest fear was Apptronik becoming “a robot vacuum cleaner company.” These native Texans are thinking a lot bigger than an improved Roomba: We’re talking humanoid robots, Iron Man suits, and other innovations that have the potential to transform how humans live.
Professors Qixing Huang and Joydeep Biswas Awarded NSF Career Award
The National Science Foundation’s CAREER award is a prestigious award presented by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to early-career faculty who have showcased potential as academic role models and have shown excellence in their role as teacher-scholars. The award is given once every year and recipients receive a federal grant for research and education activities.
University of Texas and Bush Combat Development Complex Robotics Collaboration Begins
Research teams at The Texas A&M University System’s George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex (BCDC) and The University of Texas at Austin have begun a collaborative research effort to modernize the Army’s autonomous systems.
AI and Robotics: UT Austin Leads the Way
The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Natural Sciences and Cockrell School of Engineering are partnering on life-changing research in artificial intelligence and robotics — ensuring that UT continues to lead the way in launching tomorrow’s technologies. Learn more about Texas Robotics, the new Machine Learning Lab supported by a transformational gift from Amir and Zaib Husain, UT’s partnership with the Army Futures Lab and the campus being selected to house the NSF’s AI Institute for Foundations of Machine Learning. Presented by UT Austin’s College of Natural Sciences and Cockrell School of Engineering.
What Starts Here: Texas Robotics
The Texas Robotics feature of UT Austin's "What Starts Here" video series. What Starts Here Changes the World. From human robot interaction and long term autonomy to surgery, recovery and rehabilitation, Texas Robotics is leading across fields. Anna Hiss Gymnasium is the hub for UT Austin's growing Robotics faculty and students. We hope to see many advances in the field of Robotics come from this Gymnasium in the coming years. Footage courtesy of the Longhorn Network.
Interview with Grit Ventures Academic Council Member, Dr. Justin Hart
As a professor of computer science at UT Austin and assistant director of Texas Robotics, Dr. Justin Hart is actively working to bring the robot-filled society of his childhood dreams to reality.
Our Child’s TBI: A Rehabilitation Engineer’s Personal Experience, Technological Approach, and Lessons Learned
Texas Roboticist Dr. James Sulzer shares a rehabilitation engineer’s personal experience with TBI after his daughter's injury.