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
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IEEE Spectrum

Controlling Robot Swarms With Augmented Reality

Engineers at NYU have built an AR app to operate robots in the real world


What’s Apple’s Filings Say About Its Self-Driving Car Program

Apple's autonomous development vehicle seems less developed than previously imagined


Trump’s Plans Could Scuttle New Hybrid Car Tech in U.S.

Global standards drove fuel-saving “mild hybrid” technology, but weakened EPA rules could stall U.S. deployment


5G Progress, Realities Set in at Brooklyn 5G Summit

We’re closer than ever before to the next generation of wireless, but expectations have cooled slightly


Video Friday: RoboCup, Drone Magic, and NotBot Is Pedro

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Achieving Top Performance in Capacitive Touchscreens with Simulation

Cypress Semiconductor is using multiphysics simulation to optimize touchscreens for smartphones, laptops, and more


Weissman Score Calculators Migrate Online, But Metric Needs Some Improvements

If people are using them, they are likely hiding the compression metric’s HBO Silicon Valley origins


Integrated Photonic Circuits Shrunk Down to the Smallest Dimensions Yet

Integrated photonic circuit development compared to going from vacuum tubes to semiconductor transistors


IEEE RAS

Controlling Robot Swarms With Augmented Reality

Engineers at NYU have built an AR app to operate robots in the real world


Video Friday: RoboCup, Drone Magic, and NotBot Is Pedro

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Why Georgia Tech Built a Tarzan Robot That Swings Around on Wires

The creators of Tarzan the robot explain how it works and its potential applications


Facebook Aims to Remake Telecom With Millimeter Waves and Tether-tennas

Facebook's Yael Maguire talks about millimeter wave networks, Aquila, and flying tethered antennas at the F8 developer conference


Whose Drone Was That Anyway?

Should drones be required to broadcast an identifying code by radio?


Algorithm Aims to Predict Bickering Among Couples

Machine learning uses data from smartphones and wearables to identify signs of relationship conflicts


U.S. Marines Testing Disposable Delivery Drones

Gliding drones made out of plywood can deliver supplies over long distances with pinpoint accuracy


Robot Ray Swims Using High-Voltage Artificial Muscles

This transparent, soft robot fish propels itself by flapping fins made of dielectric elastomers


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