CAS Lab News

CAS Lab News

Lujie Cai
University of Iowa student Lujie Cai (right) is a research assistant in the Laser Material Processing Lab.

Hands-on research brings education to life for ITI students honored on UI President’s List

As a University of Iowa student research assistant in the Cooperative Autonomous Systems (CAS) Laboratory, Nick Rober grew his love of scientific inquiry, which has influenced his career plans.
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CAS Lab research assistant wins 2020 Student Leadership Award for Outstanding Mentor

Calvin Kielas-Jensen, a graduate research assistant in the CAS Lab, received the 2020 Student Leadership Award for Outstanding Mentor. The award recognizes him for being a positive role model and providing guidance and encouragement while supporting students.
Venanzio Cichella and Calvin Kielas-Jensen in the CAS Lab

Cichella's CAS Lab

Prof. Venanzio Cichella's Cooperative Autonomous Systems Lab is featured in the Mechanical Engineering Spring 2019 Newsletter.
Human hand outfitted with robotic rehabilitation device

UI laboratories collaborate on low-cost, lightweight orthotic robotic rehabilitation device

Collaborating at a crossroads of their engineering focuses, the Cooperative Autonomous Systems (CAS) Laboratory and the Smart Multifunctional Material Systems (SMMS) Laboratory at the University of Iowa are working on a new project: the creation of a lightweight, mobile, and low-cost orthotic robotic rehabilitation device.
Camilla Tabasso works in the CAS Lab

Students design and build drone for ASME competition

Calvin Kielas-Jensen takes a selfie at conference

Kielas-Jensen presents at International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems

Calvin Kielas-Jensen, a graduate research assistant in the Cooperative Autonomous Systems Lab, presented at IROS, one of the largest and most impacting robotics research conferences worldwide.