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Robotic Manipulation and Sampling Group

Wyatt Lee Ubellacker
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Biography (more>>)
Wyatt Ubellacker is a robot technologist in the Manipulation and Sampling Group as part of the Mobility and Robotics Systems Section at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA. Within this group, Wyatt works on software and control of robotic systems spanning sample acquisition and handling to high degree of freedom planning and coordination. Prior to this, Wyatt received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (concentration in Controls, Instrumentation, and Robotics) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2013 and his M.S. in the same program in 2016. As part of his graduate studies, Wyatt worked on hardware and software for the HERMES humanoid robot under the direction of Sangbae Kim where he developed a real-time gait controller for limited-information uneven terrain.

Education (more>>)
M.S., M.E. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016
B.S., M.E. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013

Professional Experience (more>>)
Robotics Researcher- Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory, MIT
Robotics Researcher- dArbeloff Laboratory, MIT

Research Interests (more>>)
Robotic kinematic and dynamic coordination for high performance systems.
Formulating hardware morphologies that take advantage of kinematic and dynamic workspaces.
Automated planning for manipulation and mobility.

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