Total mentored projects: 17
Systems that automate the iterative process of concept design will help people create better robots in less time.
Designing a platform that can test the stiffness of soft joint actuators will allow for a better understanding of the limitations of these joints.
Designing a platform that can test the stiffness of soft joints will allow for better understanding of the limitations of these joints to be applied on the human body.
Testing a custom simulator to validate its results with a real-life counterpart will help optimize workflow from idea to creation.
Designing a platform that can test the stiffness of soft joints will allow for better understanding of the limitations of these wearable robotic systems.
Studying the performance impact of computer-generated material transitions will allow for the design of stronger educational robot components.
Studying how to create a soft robotic elephant trunk will lead to greater degrees of motion and flexibility than common robotic arms.
Developing control of a walking gait for biped soft robotics will serve as a platform for roboticists working on systems operating in uncertain areas.
Developing an underwater robot control system that uses pressure to calculate depth and position will control its vertical position at a given time.
Designing passively actuated glider wings will help extend the movement range of a cheap educational robot.
Studying the automated planning of multi-material manufacturing will simplify the creation of robust and low-cost robots for education or research.