National Technical University of Athens - School of Mechanical Engineering
 
Control Systems Lab
Evangelos Papadopoulos Research Group

Welcome

Welcome to the Control Systems Laboratory! The page you are visiting concerns the activities of the research team of Prof. E.G. Papadopoulos. 


The CSLab belongs to the Mechanical Engineering School (ME) of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), at the Zografou campus. The CSLab is a part of the Department of Mechanical Design and Control Systems (MD&CS) of ME. For the Control Systems Lab general website click here.


Facts and Figures

Location:

Athens, Zografou, GREECE

Founded:

1998

Projects:

8 Ongoing - 25 Completed

Publications:

More than 200

Research Areas:

Quick guide to our Lab
CSL Presentation
 
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Member of:
Corallia
 

IEEE Spectrum

Ultra-quick Cameras Reveal How to Catch a Light Pulse Mid-Flight

The latest in ultra-high-speed lasers and super-swift cameras pull off the previously impossible


COVID's Unlikely Offspring: The Rise of Smartwatch as Illness Detector

Researchers are stretching the capabilities of smartwatches to track illnesses from COVID-19 to Crohn's disease


Video Friday: Nanotube-Powered Insect Robots

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Samsung’s 3-nm Tech Shows Nanosheet Transistor Advantage

Nanosheet devices allow tuning of memory cell design in a way FinFETs can’t


In the Race to Hundreds of Qubits, Photons May Have "Quantum Advantage"

Canadian startup Xanadu says their quantum computer is cloud-accessible, Python programmable, and ready to scale


Why Electronic Health Records Haven't Helped U.S. With Vaccinations

Covid-19 has laid bare crippling interoperability issues


What Full Autonomy Means for the Waymo Driver

For self-driving vehicles, full autonomy might not be quite as full as you think


How Much Energy Does It Take to Grow a Tomato?

Heat, light, and water all contribute to the tomato’s enormous energy footprint


IEEE RAS

Visible Touch: How Cameras Can Help Robots Feel

Computer vision combined with deep learning can replicate the sense of touch in some social robots


Using AI to Find Essential Battery Materials

As battery demand soars, researchers are turning to artificial intelligence for more effective and sustainable methods


Review: DJI’s New FPV Drone is Effortless, Exhilarating Fun

It can be a little scary to fly, but DJI’s FPV drone is a solid, easy to use intro to an otherwise very challenging and expensive sport


Meet Catfish Charlie, the CIA’s Robotic Spy

The evolution of underwater robots from smart torpedoes to surveillance fish


Video Friday: A Blimp For Your Cat

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


AI Teaches Itself Diplomacy

Another classic game deepens a skillset with broad applications—diplomatic savvy often needed in a pinch, crunch, or imbroglio


When Robots Enter the World, Who Is Responsible for Them?

We asked ANYbotics, Boston Dynamics, and Clearpath Robotics about irresponsible or unethical use of their robots


Search-and-Rescue Drone Locates Victims By Homing in on Their Phones

SARDO is a drone that flies over disaster zones and acts as a mobile cellular base


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