Mu Lab

The Mu Lab was formed in the fall of 2020, in the midst of a global pandemic. We meet for the odd (socially distant) park meeting…

Park Lab Meeting

…but generally stick to the virtual space…

Teams Lab Meeting

We share a physical space with the Machine Intelligence & Biocomputing (MIB) Lab in Queen’s University’s Goodwin Hall. It’s still slowly being pieced together, but is coming along as things gradually open up in between waves of pandemic.

Our gear

Deep Learning Compute

Due to the nature of our research, we have shared access to the growing collection of deep learning resources many of the labs (including ours) have been building at the Queen’s School of Computing. Here’s a sneak peak at the first spun up:

High Performance Compute

Another key aspect of our work requires high-performance single-threaded computation and simulation. For this, we have a set of 16 machines up and running:

Comp Lights


A number of collaborations are currently under-way, and this will bring an assortment of robotic testbeds to the Mu Lab. Stay tuned!