A small vibrating device added to surgical tools could improve surgeons’ sensitivity to different shapes and textures inside their patients’ bodies. Engineers have designed the small vibrating device to attach to any existing hand-held surgical tool and be used instantly, without requiring extra training for doctors. Yuichi Kurita, Yamato Sueda,…
Design and Analysis of an Articulated Single-Port Laparoscopic Surgical Device, by Rohan Katoch (GT), Yoshinori Yamakawa (NITI-ON), Jun Ueda (GT) and Hiroshi Honda (NITI-ON). This paper presents a design for an articulated single-port laparoscopic device, with manipulation in six degrees-of-freedom (DOF): three rotational DOF and three translational DOF. The general…
Ilya worked at the BRHML as an undergraduate research assistant and tech temp for Spring 2014-Summer 2015 has been awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Ilya is currently a graduate student at the University of Michigan. Congratulations, Ilya.
Congratulations! Thesis title (PhD in Mechanical Engineering): Design and Control of a Pneumatically Driven MRI Compatible Tele-Operated Haptic Interface. This work was supported by the NSF ERC Compact and Efficient Fuild Power (CCEFP).
Title: “Real-time panoramic image generation and motion deblurring by using dynamics-based robotic vision,” by Michael Kim and Jun Ueda, published in IEEE /ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (early access)
Ueda works with researchers at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) for the development of a new wearable system. This project is supported by GTRI Independent Research and Development (IRAD) Grant.
Ueda will serve as one of the student advisors for the NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) Program. For more details, please visit http://robotics.gatech.edu/hg/item/457391