The vision of Dr. James E. Hubbard Jr., Morpheus Laboratory is a dynamic research facility focused on Smart Systems with applications of smart materials and adaptive structures. Morpheus Lab has primary research facilities at the Rellis Campus of Texas A&M University (TAMU), and secondary facilities at the main TAMU University Service Building (USB) campus. Office space is located in the Mechanical Engineering Office Building (MEOB). We gratefully acknowledge Governors University Research Initiative (GURI) and University Research Fund.
The Morpheus Laboratory (“Morpheus”) mission is four-fold:
The Morpheus Lab is located at the Texas A&M University Service Building approximately 4 miles from the main campus. Its research focus is on adaptive structures, sensors and actuators that enable efficient Human Machine Teaming. The systems we currently work on encompass self-driving vehicles, multi-rotor drones and the air/ground co-ordination of such systems. This includes the development of tools and techniques for the control of space-time distributed parameter systems.
Alex was well known for his energy and great leadership potential, and will be greatly missed. He was an innovative and involved researcher, and for that reason we have dedicated a scholarship to his name. Learn how to get involved and donate to the cause.