“The great book, always open and which we should make an effort to read, is that of Nature”
The focus of the Bio-Inspired Adaptive Morphology (BAM) Laboratory is to design, model, and build adaptive bio-inspired structures and systems for robotic applications. These mechanisms are inspired and informed by solutions found in nature and are designed to resolve state of the art engineering challenges.
The BAM Lab mission is to:
Develop innovative solutions for engineering challenges based on desirable behaviors found in nature.
Utilize novel analytical and experimental methods to design, model, and build adaptive and intelligent aerospace and robotic structures.
Produce scientists and engineers who excel in performing innovative research in a multidisciplinary environment.
Motivate today’s students to become the scientists and researchers of tomorrow, especially among women and under-represented groups in engineering.
The BAM Lab welcomes visitors from all over the world and with various backgrounds. Lab visits are welcome upon coordination with Prof. Aimy Wissa.
D100 Engineering Quadrangle
Bio-inspired Adaptive Morphology Laboratory
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
41 Olden Street
Princeton, NJ, 08544, USA