Meet the team

Faculty

Aaron Steinfeld Aaron Steinfeld
Associate Research Professor, Robotics Institute,
Carnegie Mellon University
Email: steinfeld 'AT' cmu.edu
   

M. Bernardine Dias

M. Bernardine Dias
Adjunct Faculty, Robotics Institute,
Carnegie Mellon University
Founder and Director, TechBridgeWorld
Email: mbdias 'AT' ri.cmu.edu
   

Students

Victoria Plaza Xiang Zhi Tan
Graduate Student, Carnegie Mellon University
   
Suryansh Saxena Allan Wang
Student, Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University

Past Team Members

Ermine Teves Ermine A. Teves
Staff
Byung-Cheol Min Byung-Cheol Min
Postdoctoral Fellow
       
Kangwei Chen Kangwei Chen
Visiting Researcher
Eric Hochendoner Eric Hochendoner
Student
       
Ankita Arvind Ankita Arvind
Student
Steven Cunden Steven Cunden
Student
       
Vivek Nair Vivek Nair
Student
Lucy Pei Lucy Pei
Student Intern
       
Suryansh Saxena Suryansh Saxena
Research Intern
Lynn Urbina Lynn Urbina
Student
       
Victoria Plaza Praneetha Sistla
Student
Victoria Plaza Victoria Plaza
Visiting Researcher
       
Aditi Kulkarni Aditi Kulkarni
Visiting Researcher
   

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Research Labs

TechBridgeWorld LogoThe TechBridgeWorld research group, based in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, innovates and field tests technology solutions to meet sustainable development needs around the world. Working closely with local partners who understand the needs of specific communities, TechBridgeWorld contributes its technical expertise to help realize the community’s vision of development by inventing new tools, customizing existing technology, and inspiring the community’s future technologists.

RERCAPT logo The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Accessible Public Transportation (RERCAPT) research group is a partnership between the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and the the IDeA center at SUNY Buffalo. The mission of RERCAPT is to research and develop methods to empower consumers and service providers in the design and evaluation of accessible transportation equipment, information services, and physical environments.

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Acknowledgments

We thank Rethink Robotics for their support for our project.

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