At the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Sentis is starting new research in biomechatronics design, compliant grasping, and dynamic locomotion in complex terrains. He is teaching a new class called Topics in Human Centered Robotics to explore foundations and applications of robots for the assistance and augmentation of humans in their daily lives.
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