Northern Evolution and Robotics Laboratory

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The Northern Evolution and Robotics Laboratory (NERL) is a multi-disciplinary research laboratory which focuses on various forms of evolutionary computation and robotics.

Strictly robotic projects (incomplete listing):

  • Trilobot
  • Amigobot
  • Car
  • Truck
  • Rovers
  • Laptop Bob
  • Holobot

Besides strictly physical robotics, NERL is involved in various other projects:

[edit] People

  • Current students: (in chronological order of joining the lab; senior students listed first)
  • Past students: (in lexicographical order by last name; incomplete list)
    • James Ives
    • Correy Kowall (Graduated at the end of the Winter 2008 semester.)
    • Scott Raiford (Graduated at the end of the Winter 2008 semester.)
    • Alex Anagnos, "Manager" (Graduated at the end of the Winter 2007 semester; Title bestowed upon him due to his diligence with regard to cleaning the lab and keeping it clean.)
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