§1 Projects

§1.1 Robotics

Modular Self-Assembly

Modular Robotics

Reverse Engineering a 20-year old Robot Arm


§1.2 Digital Manufacturing

3D Printing Pricecheck

Society for Printable Geography


§1.3 Volunteering

Ignite Ithaca

Prison Teaching

§1.4 Mobile

Calculators for webOS

Bundesliga Apps

Worldcup Live Ticker

§1.5 Web Development




§2 Publications

§2.1 Academic

Neubert, J., Lipson, H. (2016) “Soldercubes: A Self-soldering Self-reconfiguring Modular Robot System”, Autonomous Robots, vol. 40, pp. 139-158

Neubert, J., Rost, A., Lipson, H. (2014) “Self-Soldering Connectors for Modular Robots”, IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol. 30, pp. 1344-1357, pdf

Neubert, J., Stockton, J., Blechman, B., Lipson, H. (2010) “Tetrabot: Resonance Based Locomotion for Harsh Enviroments”, IEEE Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'10), Taipei, Taiwan, October 2010, pp. 2431-2436, pdf

Neubert, J., Cantwell, A., Constantin, S., Kalontarov, M., Erickson, D., Lipson, H. (2010) “A Robotic Module for Stochastic Fluidic Assembly of 3D Self-Reconfiguring Structures”, Proc. Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'10), Anchorage AK, May 2010, pp. 2479-2484, pdf

Tolley M. T., Kalontarov M., Neubert J., Erickson D., Lipson H. (2010) “Stochastic Modular Robotic Systems: A Study of Fluidic Assembly Strategies”, IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol. 26, pp. 518-530, pdf

§2.2 About

I haven't yet attained the level of fame where it's worth having a Google News alert on my name. For the curious and stalkers out there, here's the link to a Robots Podcast episode where 2010-me talks about Programmable Matter and here's that blog post where I am described as “insightful and knowledgeable chap”.

Some of my side projects have been covered by industry specific blogs like Fabbaloo, 3DPrinter.net and 3D Printing Industry. If you look carefully, you'll also find a mention of the “Society for Printable Geography” in Wired.com and Forbes.com.

If you want to see the (very publicity-shy) robots I work with at Counsyl, this Techcrunch video contains a few clips.