Prof. Chen received a 2022 Sandra L. Bouckley Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineers Award from SME
Prof. Chen is one of 22 awardees to be recognized by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) in 2022.
The Seattle Times Reported – Robots are learning to think like humans. Can they meet Amazon’s demands for speed?
The Seattle Times visited the UW MACS lab and made a report.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will support research at the MACS lab to study how to enable engineered systems to effectively rely on and respond to real-time data collected from multiple diverse and asynchronous sources.
Prof. Masayoshi Tomizuka at UC Berkeley, PhD advisor to Prof. Chen, has just been elected to NAE!
The MACS Lab robotic chess player is a demonstration for combining machine intelligence, vision and manipulation with both precision and flexibility.
Kinetic modelling; Polyamide 12; Thermal oxidation; Coupled oxygen and laser effects; Selective laser sintering
We built a robotic chess player with a universal robot UR5e, a 2D camera, and a deep-learning neural network to illustrate what we do at the Mechatronics, Automation, and Control System Lab.