Interdisciplinary Robotics, Intelligent Sensing, and Control

Welcome to the RISC Lab!

The Interdisciplinary RISC lab resides in the Computer Science and Engineering department at the University of Bridgeport. It was formed in 1995 by its founder and coordinator, Professor Tarek Sobh, in order to do research in a variety of Robotics related fields, and as a step towards the development of commercially applicable projects.

Our research interests include reverse engineering and industrial inspection, CAD/CAM and active sensing under uncertainty, robots and electromechanical systems prototyping, sensor-based distributed control schemes, unifying tolerances across sensing, design, and manufacturing, hybrid and discrete event control, modeling, and applications, mobile robotic manipulation. developing theoretical and experimental tools to aid performing adaptive goal-directed robotic sensing for modeling, observing and controlling interactive agents in unstructured environments.

Any comments? E-Mail us at:

Prof. Tarek Sobh: