Welcome to the homepage of the Mines Algorithmic Robotics Group (ARG).
The Algorithmic Robotics Group is comprised of four laboratories in
the Department of Computer Science, each investigating different
research areas related to robotics, and each recruiting for multiple
open positions. Mines' Algorithmic Robotics Group combines expertise
in perception, cognition, planning, and networking for robotics, and provides
students with access to a wide variety of robot platforms (including
the Pepper, Nao, Husky, Jackal, Jaco, and Baxter robots, among
others), a collaborative, interdisciplinary community of researchers,
and access to unique robot application sites, including underground
facilities and the Rocky Mountains.
Director: Prof. Neil T. Dantam
The Dynamic Automata Lab is recruiting students to conduct research in automated
planning, motion control, and robot system software, with potential
applications in robot manipulation, service robotics, and
Director: Prof. Qi Han
The Pervasive Computing Systems Research Group is recruiting students to conduct research in ubiquitous
collaborative robotics, swarm robotic systems, and collaborative autonomy, taking
into account dynamic or challenging network conditions, with potential
applications in search and rescue, space missions, and environmental monitoring.
Director: Prof. Tom Williams
The MIRRORLab is recruiting students to to conduct research in natural
language and gesture based human-robot interaction, using techniques
from artificial intelligence and augmented reality, with application
to areas such as assistive robotics and search and rescue. Candidates
interested in robot ethics are also strongly encouraged to apply.
Director: Prof. Hao Zhang
The Human-Centered Robotics Lab is recruiting students to conduct research in multisensory
perception, robot adaptation, decision making, and augmented reality for
information visualization in long-term autonomy and human-robot
collaboration applications including autonomous driving, search and
rescue, and robot-assisted reconnaissance.
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado School of Mines is Colorado's premiere engineering school and
oldest public university. Mines boasts an extraordinary and rapidly
growing robotics program, ranked among the
ten universities for robotics in the U.S.
, by Business Insider
and among the top fifteen by
has been listed as one of the top 10 engineering colleges by USA
Today, and is ranked by CSRankings in the top
25 US universities for Robotics research
within the past five years.
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Mines is located in
Golden, Colorado, 15 miles west of Denver and 20 miles south of
Boulder. Mines' idyllic location combines the natural beauty of
Colorado---with its world class hiking, skiing, and famously sunny
weather---and the vibrant urban cultures of Denver and Boulder---with
their renowned art and music scenes and booming technology
centers---which contribute to nearby Denver's 2016 #1 ranking as
U.S. News and World Report's best place to live in America.
How to apply
If you are interested in any of the research areas listed above,
please send the associated professor an email with your CV,
transcripts and publications. More information is available at the
Mines Grad Admission’s webpage
Official applications must be
received by December 15, 2018 for priority funding consideration.