Dynamics and Control Laboratory
DCLab has the vision to be a center of excellence in research in the fields of “Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Aerospace”.
Our mission is To
shorten the learning curve for new generations
advancing research and development in the fields of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Aerospace
our own designed curriculum.
DCLab was founded in 2015 by Dr. SRANG Sarot with the purpose of fostering knowledge absorption for the next generation of talented engineers to become resourceful professionals. In our laboratory, we explore and apply knowledge in various fields ranging from robot and medical device development to spacecraft development. We are advancing research on modeling, simulation, control system, artificial intelligence, system identification, estimation, and robotics, and we keep improving prototype development and product development. The gathered pieces of knowledge are constantly diffused via some activities such as yearly online intensive courses, robot development, aircraft and spacecraft development, seminars/conference, and collaboration with private/public entities. DCLab has office space and fabrication facilities for all members to apply their technical knowledge by making prototypes. While working in DCLab, members are exposed to project-based learning, research culture, and company-like management, which can be applied to daily life applications and advanced research.
Members in 2019
Main Research Groups
There are four main research groups within DCLab:
Artificial Intelligence and Data Science
(Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Identification, Logistics, and Optimization, Data Analysis, Data Mining, and Big Data )
Robotics and Autonomous Navigation
(Robotics, Estimation, Identification, Control System, Sensor Fusion, and Localization and Mapping)
(Aircraft Structural Design, Finite Element Analysis, Rocket Propulsion, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Drone, and Spacecraft)
Internet of Things
(Data Collection, Telecommunication, Network, Cloud Processing, Software, and Application Framework)
The laboratory is running in the same way as a company does. It has structure and people to handle all positions. Members are exposed to not only lab-based education culture but also entrepreneurship and will gain entrepreneurial skills from learning by doing.