The Robotics Institute (RI) is a division of the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is considered to be one of the leading centers of robotics research in the world.
In 2012, the total number of people in the RI (faculty, staff, students, postdocs, visitors) was over 500, and the RI annual budget was over $65M, making the RI one of the largest robotics research organizations in the world.
The RI occupies facilities on the Carnegie Mellon main campus as well as in the Lawrenceville and Hazelwood neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, totaling almost 200,000 sq. ft of indoor space and 40 acres of outdoor test facilities.
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