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Taskin Padir
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Taskin Padir in the Press

Taskin Padir for Northeastern Global News

NASA is going back to the moon. Northeastern University students are designing robots to explore the terrain.

NASA is going back to the moon. Northeastern University students are designing robots to explore the terrain.

NASA selected a team of NU students for the 2020 Big Idea Challenge, where they will develop robots to survey the darkest areas of the moon.
Northeastern University researchers are designing the future of work, starting with collaborative robots for processing seafood
A soft gripper attachment holds a fake fish in Taşkın Padır's lab in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Northeastern University researchers are designing the future of work, starting with collaborative robots for processing seafood

Researchers at Northeastern are designing robots to make the seafood processing industry safer and more comfortable for human workers.
InSight has landed on Mars. Now the real work begins.

InSight has landed on Mars. Now the real work begins.

Robots are coming to the seafood industry. Here’s why.

Robots are coming to the seafood industry. Here’s why.

Sick of household chores? These Northeastern students are building a robot to help you at home.

Sick of household chores? These Northeastern students are building a robot to help you at home.

Three Northeastern students recently participated in RoboCup@Home, and received the best score of any competitor from the United States.
Drones for research: Explaining Northeastern’s policy

Drones for research: Explaining Northeastern’s policy

ISEC launches

ISEC launches

Northeastern researchers help establish new institute to advance robotics in manufacturing

Northeastern researchers help establish new institute to advance robotics in manufacturing

NASA selects Northeastern for humanoid robot research

NASA selects Northeastern for humanoid robot research

Northeastern and MIT are the only universities in the US chosen by NASA to perform advanced research and development work on humanoid robots.