Welcome to the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems

The Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS) is part of ETH Zurich, Switzerland. It currently consists of six independent laboratories that conduct research in areas ranging from nanodevices for biomedicine, to systems for rehabilitation and autonomous aerial vehicles.

 

Multi-Scale Robotics Lab

Multi-Scale Robotics Lab
Multi-Scale Robotics Lab

The Multi-Scale Robotics Lab (MSRL) pursues a dynamic research program that maintains a strong robotics research focus on several emerging areas of science and technology.

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Sensory-Motor Systems Lab

Sensory-Motor Systems Lab
Sensory-Motor Systems Lab

The Sensory-Motor Systems Lab focuses on the study of human sensory-motor control, design of novel mechatronic machines, and investigation and optimisation of human-machine interaction.

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Rehabilitation Engineering Lab

Rehabilitation Engineering Lab
Rehabilitation Engineering Lab

Our research focuses on the development and clinical evaluation of diagnostic, therapeutic and assistive tools in order to promote recovery, independence and social integration of the physically disabled.

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Mobile Health Systems Lab

Mobile Health Systems Lab
Mobile Health Systems Lab

The MHSL develops personalized and efficient methods, devices and systems that can be used by anyone for health applications at the point-of-care.

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Autonomous Systems Lab

Autonomous Systems Lab
Autonomous Systems Lab

Our mission is to create intelligent robots and systems that are able of operating autonomously in complex and diverse environments.

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Bio-Inspired Robotics Lab

Bio-Inspired Robotics Lab
Bio-Inspired Robotics Lab

The research interests of the Bio-Inspired Robotics Lab lie at the intersection of robotics and biology.

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Agile & Dexterous Robotics Lab

Agile & Dexterous Robotics Lab
Agile & Dexterous Robotics Lab

The ADRL develops model-based and model-free control and machine learning methodes that enable robots with arms and legs to roam and manipulate dynamic and complex environments robustly and with agility.

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