- About the Center
- Team RIM
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Visionary Research - Value-Added Solutions
Basic and applied research is at the heart of RIM@GT. The study of basic engineering problems in robotics is central to our work, but equally important is the integration of innovation and discoveries into real-world systems and applications. The exceptionally high quality of our programs, faculty and research are rapidly positioning RIM with an international reputation for excellence and innovation in robotics.
RIM@GT research activities leverage the strengths and resources of Georgia Tech by reaching across traditional boundaries to embrace a multidisciplinary approach. The College of Computing, College of Engineering and the Georgia Tech Research Institute play key, complementary roles through Tech's traditional expertise in interactive and intelligent computing, control, and mechanical engineering. Emphasizing personal and everyday robotics as well as the future of automation, faculty involved with RIM help students understand and define the future role of robotics in society.