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

Build Your Own Google Neural Synthesizer

A “piano-flute” is just one of the crazy instruments you can build with the NSynth open-source deep-⁠learning project


Experts Bet on First Deepfakes Political Scandal

Researchers wager on a possible Deepfake video scandal during the 2018 U.S. midterm elections


Researchers Fish Yellowcake Uranium From the Sea With a Piece of Yarn

For decades, researchers have attempted to capture uranium dissolved in the world’s oceans and convert it to fuel for nuclear power plants


4 Reasons NASA Projects Miss Deadlines and Blow Budgets

Managers think their projects are “too big to fail,” and believe future scientific progress will excuse any delays or cost overruns


Video Friday: Robot World Cup, New Co-Bots, and 1000 SpotMinis

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


First Semisolid Lithium Batteries to Debut This Year, in Drones

SolidEnergy Systems will start with drones and aims to have its lithium batteries in electric vehicles after 2021


AMD Tackles Coming "Chiplet" Revolution With New Chip Network Scheme

Active silicon interposers could make for smaller, better computers but the networks need to mesh


The 70% Rule: When Imperfect Understanding Is Best

At conferences, maybe it’s a good thing if some engineers don’t understand your entire presentation


IEEE RAS

Experts Bet on First Deepfakes Political Scandal

Researchers wager on a possible Deepfake video scandal during the 2018 U.S. midterm elections


Video Friday: Robot World Cup, New Co-Bots, and 1000 SpotMinis

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Flying Dragon Robot Transforms Itself to Squeeze Through Gaps

DRAGON can change its shape to move through complex environments and even manipulate objects


Video Friday: Kuka's Home Robot, Nao Upgrade, and Bionic Cuttlefish

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Alphabet's DeepMind Makes a Key Advance in Computer Vision

Alphabet's DeepMind neural networks can grasp a three-dimensional scene from just a handful of two-dimensional snapshots


AI Drone Learns to Detect Brawls

A drone surveillance system trains to watch out for humans stabbing or punching each other


Stealthy Startup Aims to Reinvent AI for Manufacturing

Some 400 engineers are working under the radar at AutoLab AI with former Autodesk CEOs leading the pack


Verity Studios Raises $18M for Safe Swarming Drone Displays

Safe and reliable swarming drone tech could be making its way into consumer drones


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