Brenna Argall is an Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Robotics at Northwestern University, jointly affiliated with the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (McCormick School of Engineering) and the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Feinberg School of Medicine). At NU she is also affiliated with the Neuroscience and Robotics Laboratory.
Argall is the founder and director of the assistive & rehabilitation robotics laboratory (argallab) at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. The argallab is affiliated with the Sensory Motor Performance Program at RIC.
The research of the assistive & rehabilitation robotics laboratory (argallab) lies at the intersection of machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics. Our mission is to advance human ability by leveraging robotics autonomy.
Please visit our lab website for an overview of current research projects and publications.
EECS 295 Introductory Robotics Laboratory
EECS 495 Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence for Robotics