Andrew P. Sabelhaus

Andrew P. Sabelhaus is a Ph.D. Candidate in Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, and a NASA Space Technology Research Fellow with the Intelligent Robotics Group at NASA Ames Research center.

At Berkeley, I work with Prof. Alice Agogino in the Berkeley Emergent Space Tensegrities Lab.

I'm also very fortunate to work with Adrian K. Agogino in Robust Software Engineering at NASA Ames as part of my NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship!

My research interests include:

Trajectory tracking in high-order, nonlinear, under-actuated systems [9, Fellowship]

Tension network (tensegrity) robotic systems [1-7, 9]

Flexible, actuated backbones for quadruped robots [7, 9]

Twisted helix (DNA-structured) linear actuators [8]

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Contact me: apsabelhaus [at] berkeley [dot] edu

Thanks to Emil Cohen for this great picture from the 2013 oSTEM National Conference!