Information for Prospective Ph.D. Students

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Please note that we have no control over the admissions process. All applications should be submitted through the usual process.

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Heterogenous Sensor Networks
Heterogeneous Sensor Webs for Automated Target Recognition and Tracking in Urban Terrain.

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Past Projects

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Medical Robotics Research
Research in minimally invasive surgical robots, including laparoscopic manipulators, teleoperation, and teletaction.
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NEST
Research in Networked Embedded Systems Technology, specifically sensor networks.
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Learn More about the Robotics Group at Berkeley

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Interested in Robotics and Intelligent Machines Research?

The following affiliated research groups are looking for new students.

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Micro Autonomous Systems and Technology
A project aimed at developing and controlling networks of small, autonomous, highly mobile air and ground vehicles.
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Past Projects

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Medical Robotics Research
Research in minimally invasive surgical robots, including laparoscopic manipulators, teleoperation, and teletaction.
(:cell width=50%:) http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/~sho/nestFE/nestFE_2peg_picture.jpg
NEST
Research in Networked Embedded Systems Technology, specifically sensor networks.
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