Fey, Ann Majewicz
Ann Majewicz Fey is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. She also serves as the head of the Human-Enabled Robotic Technology (HeRo) Lab. In 2019 she received a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation. Her professional goal is to "build safer and and more effective robots" designed to partner with human doctors in teleoperated surgeries. Centered around this goal her research interests include:
- Dynamic systems and control
- Medical and surgical robots
- Teleoperation and
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