Center for Robotics and  Embodied Intelligence

Pioneering Scientific Results and Industrial Applications

The Center is focused on research that leads to pioneering results in science, as well as industry applications

The worldwide first distance learning robotics education

2002. Teacher from SCSU Nance Hall 2018 lab, teaching a class for students in Skopje, Macedonia. The students are controlling a robot in Nance Hall 218 via Internet

Figure: 2002. The class CS480 Introduction to Robotics communication portal for distance education. Here it is shown the class chat between the Instructor at SCSU and a student at Sts. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia. At the end of session the robot is at home base, the camera showing the text "Welcome to home base".


Internet of Things (IOT) 

 2002 A robotic camera sending images from USA to computers in Macedonia.


Figure: SCSU Internet of Things 2002. The robot camera sending images of movement in a Nance Hall corridor, to student class  in Macedonia via Internet. The camera shows that the robot is in the corridor, facing the stairways door of the second floor Nance Hall.


The worldwide first robot selfie

2002. The SCSU robot coming in front a mirror and taking own camera picture.

Figure: 2002. Worldwide first robot selfie: Robot Adriel 8 of type cye with a camera in front of a mirror taking picture of itself from the mirror. Robot is in SCSU Nance Hall 218 while image is viewed by students from Macedonia.


Recognition from United Kingdom Academy of Sciences for a historic achievement in science

2019. Royal Society from London (UK Academy of Sciences), the oldest scientific society with continuous existence, the one that published Newton's Principia Mathematica in 1687, in 2019 published a chart of evolution of electrophysiology where among other historic steps, the 1988 result of the members of this Center is mentioned. The 1988 achievement was the first control of a robot using brain signals.