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ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani was quoted in the KCRW article “‘PigeonBot’ Brings Robots Closer To Birdlike Flight.”
ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani is designing drones to mimic the complex movements and energy efficiency of bats.
ECE Assistant Professors Sarah Ostadabbas (PI) and Alireza Ramezani (co-PI) received a $100K EAGER grant from NSF National Robotics Initiative (NRI) on teaching aerial robots to perch like a bat via AI-guided design and control.
ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani was featured in the NBC News article “Forget props and fixed wings. New bio-inspired drones mimic birds, bats and bugs” and in the earth.com article “Bat-inspired drones could be used to monitor weather or pollinate crops”.
ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani’s robotics research featured in In Compliance article “Robot Designed to Walk and Fly Could One Day Be Used to Explore Other Planets”.
ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani is working on designing robots that can not only walk but fly to someday explore distant planets.
ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani studied the flight movements of bats to build a robotic Bat Bot that has more maneuverability than drones and would be good for surveillance of traffic patterns or airport security.