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Sarah Bergbreiter

Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering and ISR
2170 Glenn L. Martin Hall
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

301/405-6506 TEL
301/314-9477 FAX
sarahb@umd.edu
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Research Interests

Microrobotics, networked multi-robot systems and sensor networks

Background Information

Sarah Bergbreiter completed her Ph.D. in electrical engineering at UC Berkeley in Spring 2007. Her Ph.D. research was on the design and fabrication of autonomous jumping micro-robots. Sarah brings new skills and interests to our programs, and can help to bridge research in systems and control with research in microsystems and fabrication.

She received a BS in electrical engineering from Princeton University in 1999. After a short period at a small startup company, she began graduate studies at UC Berkeley. During her MS studies at Berkeley, she designed CotsBots, a networked robotics platform built on Berkeley's Mica motes and TinyOS.

Links

Micro Robotics Lab
Mechanical Engineering Department
Intelligent Servosystems Laboratory

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