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Amir R. Rahmani
Assistant Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Miami

Amir Rahmani, Ph.D.

Amir is an assistant professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at University of Miami. Amir received his Ph.D. from University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Before joining UM, Amir was a postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Institute of technology, Atlanta, GA. Amir's current research interests encompass control of networked dynamic system, including teams of autonomous land, air and space vehicles.

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News

4/22/12 - Amir will present Micro Aerial Vehicles: Opportunity or Liability at We Robot 2012 conference held at School of Law, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.

4/1/12 - MAE590 "Introduction to Robotics" is the new addition to MAE courses. Get ready for a hands-on experience!

10/27/11 - It is official! UM team will be competing in NASA's Lunabotics Mining Competition.

10/10/11 - RISE Lab now is a fully functional robotics development space.

09/10/11 - A team of UM Aerospace students are developing a quadcopter as part of their senior design project at RISE Lab.

08/30/11 - RISE (Robotics and Intelligent Systems Engineering) Lab is the new addition to UM's Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. RISE is housed at MEB 218.