Bionic Engineering Lab


We aim to develop novel advanced bionic technologies and systems that can improve the ability of individuals to move and live independently. Our research activity focuses on the intersection of Robotics, Design, Control, and Biomechanics. We invent, prototype, engineer, and test bionic devices and methods that help people perform movements.


The Bionic Engineering Lab is directed by Prof. Tommaso Lenzi and is affiliated with the Utah Robotics Center and the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah.

Spotlight


July 3, 2019 – New paper published in the IEEE Sensors Journal (paper link)
June 25, 2019 – Marshall Ishmael (paper link) and Sarah Hood presenting at ICORR 2019
May 20, 2019 – Minh Tran presenting at ICRA 2019 (paper link)
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