Advanced Robotics & Control Lab
The lab is a 700 sq ft newly established research space focused on robotics and control. The lab is located in the brand new Engineering & Science Building at Vanderbilt.
Picture of our Lab and ESB
Center for Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology
CREATE consists of a state-of-the-art 3000 sq ft shard motion analysis lab for human and robot experiments, a shared electronics lab for advanced mechatronics, along with three engineering labs that house the Braun Lab focused on Robotics & Control for Assistive Technology, Zelik Lab focused on Biomechanics for Assistive Technology, and the Goldfarb Lab focused on Mechatronics for Assistive Technology.
Motion analysis lab
- Bertec split-belt force-instrumented treadmill
- 6 AMTI in-ground force plates
- 10-camera Vicon T40 motion capture system
- 12-camera OptiTrack motion capture system
- Xsens portable motion capture
- 16+channel wireless Delsys Trigno EMG system
- Cosmed K4b2 portable respirometry system
- Pedar-x pressure insole system
- Telemed EchoBlaster 128 ultrasound systems
- Power supplies
- Soldering stations
Wond’ry is a brand new 13,000 sq ft Innovation Center in the Engineering & Science Building, which offers a mechanical fabrication facility and a collaboration space. Our researchers can also use the machine shops of the School of Engineering.