OzU Robotics Laboratory is home to cutting-edge faculty research in robotics, ambitious engineering student designs for national and international robot competitions, and engaged learning for all students who like robots.
Our three faculty members Assoc. Prof. Erhan Öztop, Assist. Prof. Özkan Bebek, and Assist. Prof. Barkan Ugurlu lead TUBITAK and European Union funded research projects mainly in the fields of machine learning, medical robotics, and exoskeletons.
Robotic Assisted Beating Heart Surgery, Robotic System for Small Animal Biopsies
Control Topics, Heart Motion Prediction
Motion detection for efficient lighting systems
Cognitive Neuroscience, Biologically inspired robotics
Computational Modeling of Brain function
Balance Control, Dexterous manipulation, Exoskeleton Development
Mobile smart machines, Autonomous flight, Autonomous traversal
Location: Engineering Faculty Room: 516
Date: July 8 - August 5, 2019
Number of Student: 2
Duration of Project: 4 weeks
Project Supervisor: Özkan Bebek
Cable Driven Parallel Robot
Students will be asked to develop a robotic system to carry cable suspended large loads in warehouse-like environments.
Students will be asked to improve the farming robot of the lab. New software will be developed to increase the farming robot's production capacity while optimizing its energy and water use.