Team

Nikolaus Correll, CEO and Founder, has 20+ years experience in building large-scale distributed robotic systems from swarms of hundreds of miniature robots to teams of robots performing complex mobile manipulation. He is an alumni of ETH Zurich, EPFL and MIT.

Austin Miller is leading engineering at RM Inc. A CU Boulder alumni, Austin is the lead developer of our SmartHand, for which he received the Presidential Award from the Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Rob Lewis leads the development of RM Inc.’s smart skin and is responsible for our products to safely operate closely with humans. Rob holds a degree from the University of Waterloo.

Kalervo Hyyppa is leading product development. An alumni of Clarkson University, Kalervo gained valuable experience in the aerospace manufacturing industry and makes sure our GPR-1 meets the key performance indicators in the field.

Justin Baca is working on object recognition and pose estimation effort using Torch. He is an alumni of Colorado School of Mines.

Davis Robertson is leading research and development including perception, machine learning and cloud integration. Davis has a degree in mechanical engineering from CU Boulder and shares the JSME President’s award with Austin.

Dafna Margalit is supporting user interface development in JavaScript and React while working on an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering at CU Boulder.

Aaron Park is supporting software testing by helping with our simulator backend. He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from CU Boulder.

Joe Taylor is supporting user interface development in JavaScript and React while working on an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at CU Boulder. Before that, Joe was a member of US AF special forces.

James Watson leads our efforts in autonomous assembly, closely working together with NIST. James is an alumni of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and the University of Utah. James pursues a PhD in Computer Science at CU Boulder while working at RM.

Mission

Robotic Materials’ mission is to enable human-like manipulation skills and make them accessible to the workforce at large with an initial focus on the manufacturing industry.

Vision

What Robot Startups Can Learn From the Computer Revolution, October 8, 2019, IEEE Spectrum Automaton.

Robots Getting a Grip on General Manipulation, November 13, 2018, IEEE Spectrum Automaton.

Funding

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