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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Louisiana Adopts Digital Driver's Licenses

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Choosing Sensors for Medical Applications

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IEEE RAS

Video Friday: Agile Amphibious Robot, and More

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos


Foldable Drone Changes Its Shape in Mid-Air

This quadrotor can alter its shape in flight depending on where it needs to go


Choosing Sensors for Medical Applications

Sensor based monitoring is becoming popular among the aging population. Here’s how to select a sensor to fit your application and parameters.


MiniRHex Makes Wiggly-Legged Unstoppability Tiny and Affordable

For about $200, you can build a surprisingly capable six-whegged robot with googly eyes


Searching for the Perfect Artificial Synapse for AI

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New Class of Metamaterials Changes Physical Properties in Seconds

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