Koushil Sreenath

Asst. Professor
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering,
University of California, Berkeley.

5312 Etcheverry Hall,
University of California, Berkeley,
Berkeley, CA - 94720.
Ph.: (510)-642-0906
Email: koushils@berkeley.edu
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Koushil Sreenath is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. His research interest lies at the intersection of highly dynamic robotics and applied nonlinear control. In particular, he employs feedback control to ascribe high-performance features seen in biological systems to robots. This involves designing controllers that address challenges of dealing with high degree-of-freedom, high degree-of-underactuation, with nonlinear and hybrid dynamics. His work on dynamic legged locomotion on the bipedal robot MABEL was featured on The Discovery Channel, CNN, ESPN, FOX and CBS. His work on dynamic aerial manipulation was featured on IEEE Spectrum, New Scientist, Huffington Post, and several other online media networks. His work on adaptive sampling with mobile sensor networks was published as a book titled “Adaptive Sampling with Mobile WSN” by IET.

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