- Altay Zhakatayev Successfully Defended PhD Thesis
- ARMS Member Akmaral Moldagalieva Leaves for PhD Studies.
- ARMS Lab member took the 3rd place at IROS 2019 competition.
- Deputies of the Mazhilis Visited ARMS Lab.
- ARMS Lab Participated in the Nazarbayev University Open House.
- General Secretary of ITU Haolin Zhao Visited Robotics and AI Laboratories.
- ISSAI Announced at the NU Digital Day.
- A Paper Base on Synthetic Dataset and Deep Learning Got Published on MDPI Machine Learning and Knowledge Extraction Journal
- A paper was accepted for IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology journal
- Two Papers Presented at the ICRA 2019 (Montreal, Canada)
10 Students Finished Their Summer Internships at ARMS Lab
2013 summer internship has ended at Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics (ARMS) Laboratory. During June and July, 10 first and second year students (Farabi Kungozhin, Almaskhan Baimyshev, Nursultan Imanberdiyev, Bauyrzhan Aubakir, Damir Nurseitov, Angelina Gerbolt, Denis Fadeyev, Tasbolat Taunyazov, Olzhas Adiyatov and Andrey Sakryukin) were actively involved to the development of projects being carried out at the lab including the hybrid legged wheeled quadruped, multigrasp robotic hand and robot teleoperation using inertial motion capture system.
Student gained valuable skills in different areas of robotics and mechatronics such as embedded systems and programming, robotic system design and development, computer aided drawing, 3D printing. Beside these technical skills, they also learned how to work in teams and finding creative solutions for open-ended problems.
Farabi Kungozhin, a robotics student starting his third year of studies, stated that the internship was a great opportunity for applying the knowledge and skills obtained during the classes.
Damir Nurseitov, second year student, worked on the gait design of a quadruped robot and stated that he is happy to be a part of cutting edge research.
Angelina Gerbolt, who worked on the design of a human user interface for a mobile robot system using inertial motion capture system, thinks that the summer research opportunity strengthened her determination to become a robotics researcher and pursue graduate studies in future.
Work of the several undergraduate interns will contribute to scientific publications of ARMS Lab and their names will appear as co-authors in these articles.
With the start of new academic year, ARMS lab wishes all NU Robotics students an effective and efficient year, and hope to see you and new people involved into research next summer!