The interdisciplinary SHARE Lab members who fuel our research projects
Prof. Fitter leads the SHARE Lab. She is an Assistant Professor in the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering at Oregon State University. She completed a Ph.D. in the University of Pennsylvania GRASP Lab and was a postdoc in the University of Southern California Robotics and Autonomous Systems Center.
Brian is a Ph.D. student in the SHARE Lab working on understanding and transforming robot sound. He arrived at Oregon State in 2018 after completing a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S.E. in Robotics at the University of Pennsylvania. There, he worked in the ModLab and managed the STWing program.
Ameer is a PhD student in the SHARE Lab. His undergraduate degree was in bioengineering at University of Illinois at Chicago. He worked at Epic for 5 years as a technical consultant and project manager. In the SHARE Lab, Ameer supports the workplace SAR and infant motion interventions projects.
Mazdak is a PhD student in the SHARE Lab and an Iranian artist residing in Corvallis, Oregon. He teaches courses that blend STEM learning with artistic practice and researches SAR systems for supporting individuals with ADHD.
Rhian is an incoming PhD student in the SHARE Lab.
Ryan Quick is a graduate student in the SHARE Lab pursuing wearable haptics research. He also completed undergraduate work at Oregon State University in mechanical engineering where he conducted research with Dr. Fitter and Dr. Grimm.
Hannah is a MS student in the SHARE Lab working on wearable haptic devices. She completed her undergraduate at Purdue University and worked at Toyota Material Handling before joining us at OSU.
Carson is an incoming MS student in the SHARE Lab.
Lilian is an undergraduate student in electrical engineering at OSU. She is working on developing emotional behaviors for the lab’s workplace SAR system.
Christine is an undergraduate researcher working on robots for SAR interventions with young children.
Emily is an undergraduate researcher working on robots for SAR interventions using deep pressure sensations.
Paris is an undergraduate student in the SHARE Lab on the robot comedy project, specifically studying equitable computer vision.
Nick is a musician, comedian, writer and filmmaker who works with us on our expressive robotics projects. He is best known for his multimedia / musical comedy act, DJ REAL, which has been featured at Comedy Central’s Colossal Clusterfest, San Francisco Sketchfest, and more. He has appeared on the TV show “Flophouse” on Viceland and as a host on NBC’s show “The Guest List” on Seeso. He was most recently an audio producer, composer and sound designer, previously at Audible’s scripted audio division.