Autonomous Space Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory (ASRoM-Lab)
Based at Carleton University’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, the Autonomous Space Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory (ASRoM-Lab) is a graduate research laboratory. Its primary focus is the development of advanced guidance, navigation, and control strategies for next-generation space robotic and mechatronic systems.
Algorithms and methodologies based on geometric mechanics and control are deployed as a promising approach to study the response of space systems in the presence of off-nominal conditions appearing in space missions. Furthermore, geometry-based frameworks are offer synergistic integration of mechanical, electrical and computer subsystems, high-fidelity modelling, alongside effective controllers to remediate off-nominal conditions and help with the long-term autonomy of future space systems operating in hostile and uncertain outer space environments.
Canal Building – Room 3207
1125 Colonel By Drive
Areas of Expertise
Design optimization of mechanical, mechatronic, and biomechatronic multibody systems
Published: September 20, 2021