Prospective Students
The IRM Lab seeks qualified graduate and undergraduate students interested in conducting undergraduate research, master's theses, or doctoral dissertation projects. Students contemplating to join the IRM Lab should have a background in robotics, computer vision, or machine learning. SDSU computer science courses related to the laboratory activities include:

  • CS 550 (Artificial Intelligence)
  • CS 553 (Neural Networks)
  • CS 556 (Robotics)
  • CS 559 (Computer Vision)
  • CS 656 (Advanced Robotics)
  • CS 657 (Intelligent Systems & Control)
the Lab

Inquiries and General Information
For more information about the IRM Lab please contact the lab director:
Dr. Mahmoud Tarokh
Office: GMCS-541
Phone: 619-594-2640

Labotory Location
The Intelligent Robots and Machines lab is located on the San Diego State University campus on the fifth floor of the Geology, Mathematics, and Computer Science (GMCS) building in room 555.The phone number of the lab is 619-594-7206.

The University
Founded in 1897, San Diego State University (SDSU) is a member of the 23-campus California State University (CSU) system. With over 30,000 graduate and undergraduate students, SDSU has one of the highest enrollments of all colleges and universities in California.

Intelligent Robots and Machines Lab - San Diego State University - 5500 Campanile Dr. San Diego, CA 92182 - 619-594-7206