Our projects appear 3 times in the video recently issued by the GWW School including the 1st and 3rd robots.
The travel grant supports US student authors to attend this year’s ICRA (IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2015). Congratulations. http://icra2015.org/travel-registration/travel-grants
A project submitted to the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech ((IRIM) Seed Grant Program has been selected for funding. Project Title: Neuromechanical intervention robot for treating and preventing joint contracture: PI: Dr. Shinohara (AP) and co-PI Ueda
Title: Dynamics-based motion de-blurring for a PZT-driven, compliant camera orientation mechanism Author(s):Kim, Michael D. and Ueda, Jun Publication: The International Journal of Robotics Research April 2015 34: 653–673, first published on February 5, 2015 doi:10.1177/0278364914557968 URL: http://ijr.sagepub.com/content/34/4-5.toc From “Editorial: Special Issue on Robot Vision”: The paper by Kim and Ueda …
A project submitted to the GT Neural Engineering Center Seed Grant Program has been selected for funding. Project Title: Robotic induction of neuromodulation in human motor system: PI: Dr. Shinohara (AP) and co-PI Ueda
Melih Turkseven was awarded the 2nd place for the Technical Poster Presentation competition at FPIRC14 (formerly CCEFP annual PI meeting) in Nashville. He presented this research on MRI compatible rehabilitation robot and pneumatic line dynamics modeling. Great work and well deserved.
Our project supported by NSF Center of Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP) was recently featured by GT News. Contributors: Lauren Lacey (Graduate Research Assistant MS Mechanical Engineering), Arnold Maliki (MS Special Program), Debapriya Bhattacharjee, James Veldhorst, Ilya Kovalenko (Undergraduate Research Assistants), Melih Turkseven (GT Mechanical Engineering CCEFP Research Assistant), …