Ga. Tech launches robotics center

RIM@GeorgiaTech is a new interdisciplinary research center that will draw on the strengths and knowledge of robotics experts in the computing and engineering departments.

In a move to position itself at the forefront of innovation in the robotics industry, Georgia Tech unveils the Robotics and Intelligent Machines center. RIM@GeorgiaTech is a new interdisciplinary research center that will draw on the strengths and knowledge of robotics experts from both the university's colleges of computing and engineering,.

“RIM@Georgia Tech will serve as the flagship for Georgia Tech’s robotics efforts, coordinating the university’s capabilities in this field under one roof and facilitating the transfer of research results to the industry,” said Dr. Henrik Christensen, KUKA Chair of Robotics and distinguished professor in the College of Computing, who will direct the new research center.

“This new center allows Georgia Tech to maximize its established relationships with industry leaders and its strengths in interactive and intelligent computing, control, and mechanical engineering.”

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