Abriana Stewart-Height

Abriana Stewart-Height is a School of Engineering Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow whose research lies at the intersection of rehabilitation robotics, dynamical systems theory, machine learning, and legged locomotion. She seeks to develop assistive robotics devices that improve the mobility of persons with disabilities to navigate outdoor, unstructured environments. Her doctoral research focused on limb loss recovery in dynamic quadrupedal robots that perform remote operations in challenging environments with the aim of developing a generalized fault recovery strategy consisting of agile bio-inspired fault recovery gaits and a fault diagnosis learning technique. As a postdoc, Stewart-Height will shift her focus to health care robotics.



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