Animals invest significant neuronal and metabolic resources for motor tasks. While the higher cognitive circuits and the exact biomechanics underlying the behavior can vary greatly across animals, the sensorimotor strategies and neuromechanics that enable complex behaviors can transcend the individuality of animal species and even robots. This is the interface where we can take the first principles from the biological systems to bridge our rapidly developing artificial intelligence with advanced mechatronics.


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We have a full-time engineering technician position open. Please contact Dr Huai-Ti Lin for details.

We are also recruiting at postdoc and PhD levels in the area of visual guidance and visual neuroscience. Please contact Dr Huai-Ti Lin for details.


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