The intent of this feasibility study was to determine the scope of work involvedin creating robotics research labs on two levels of the EQuad F-Wing at Princeton University. The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) currently has strong but isolated teaching and research efforts in certain aspects of robotics
and cyberphysical systems. The proposed SEAS Robotics Lab will support the exploration of next generation robotics by establishing a nimble center of research that draws together faculty and students around emerging fields and builds on robotics-related connections that exist across campus. Specifically, this space will
enable an investment being made by SEAS in the research areas of cyberphysical robotics and will provide an outreach component that will allow for interaction with other Departments.
Princeton, New Jersey
Constructing the Robotics Lab will fulfill the need for new robotics research space, graduate and post-doc work space and faculty offices. This move will provide adequate space for group work, lab work, storage of course materials and space for prototyping and testing robotics. The base proposed renovation scope will consist of modifications to the entirety of the second and third floors of F-Wing,
approximately 10,000 square feet.