After six wonderful years at Arizona State University, the Biomechatronics Lab moves to the University of California, Los Angeles.
Ruben Ponce Wong and Randall B. Hellman’s paper titled, “Haptic exploration of fingertip-sized geometric features using a multimodal tactile sensor,” was selected for a podium presentation at the SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing / Sensing Technology and Applications “Sensors for Next-Generation Robotics” Conference in Baltimore, MD.
Dr. Veronica J. Santos has been selected for an Arizona State University Young Investigator Award, as part of the 2014 ASU Faculty Excellence Awards. The awards are made for a specific contribution appearing in the last ten years that meets the highest standards of the discipline/profession. All nominations […]
The Biomechatronics Lab is featured in an ASU Mark It Day Thank you video, produced by the ASU Foundation. Figure: A robot arm in the Biomechatronics Lab gives a high five to ASU’s Markie the Sunspot, a map marker who points out all the places that donor support […]
The Biomechatronics Lab is featured in a biomechanics episode of a television show called STEM Journals, produced by David Routt and hosted by former Meteorite Men host Geoff Notkin. The 6 min. segment on the Biomechatronics Lab can also be found here.
Dr. Veronica J. Santos gives an invited seminar titled, “Helping Hands: Engineers and Engineered” as part of the ASU Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering “Adventures in Engineering” Freshman Lecture Series. Figure: Dr. Santos describes her career path from a mechanical engineering undergraduate student at UC Berkeley to an Assistant […]
The Biomechatronics Lab is profiled in a short film produced by ASU students Janett Salas, Albert Stanton, Cody Frear, and Nicholas Jakob as part of a project for the ASU Center for Science and the Imagination.
Michael De Gregorio’s paper titled, “Precision grip responses to unexpected rotational perturbations scale with axis of rotation” is published in the Journal of Biomechanics.