Christian Michael Hubicki
PhD in Robotics/Mechanical Engineering
Director, Optimal Robotics Laboratory
Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
hubicki [AT] eng [DOT] famu [DOT] fsu [DOT] edu
Starting in Fall 2018, I will be an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Florida A&M/Florida State University College of Engineering. My laboratory research will focus on robotics, but will blend into foundational sciences like biomechanics and physics. either university.
Joining My New Lab:
I am looking for motivated and talented students to join my robotics research laboratory at Florida State University / Florida A&M. Specifically, I am looking for:
Graduate Students with a focus in a Robotics-Related Field (Engineering, Mathematics, Computation, or Basic Sciences)
Undergraduate Students with an interest in Robotics, Engineering, Math, Computer Science, or Basic Sciences
Exceptional High School Students who can Commute to the Tallahassee Area.
If you are interested in working hard on very challenging robotics research, please send me the following and I will try to get back to you as soon as I can.
A resume detailing your relevant experience.
A brief description of self-initiated projects you have done.
Motivation to initiate and complete projects is a critical skill in a research lab. That's what I'm looking for in a fantastic laboratory member. So I want to know what you love to do! Did you join a research lab as a college student because you thought it was interesting? Did you build a robot for a class? Did you code something cool just for fun at home? Do you build furniture, refurbish cars, or just love getting your hands dirty? If so, include a picture, a video (via YouTube link), and/or a very brief description of your projects (about two sentences each).