Tag: haptic perception

Paper accepted to IEEE Sensors

Biomechatronics Lab alumnus Peter Aspinall was a co-author of a paper titled, “Measuring dynamic shear force and vibration with a bioinspired tactile sensor skin,” which has been accepted for publication in IEEE Sensors.  This work was conducted in collaboration with Dr. Jianzhu Yin and Dr. Jonathan D. Posner (Mechanical […]

Multimodal tactile sensor skin featured online

Collaborative research conducted with Dr. Jianzhu Yin and Dr. Jonathan D. Posner (Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington) has been featured in a number of online articles. The multimodal tactile sensor skin can be used to measure normal force, shear force, and vibration at frequencies that surpass human capabilities.  […]

Paper accepted to Transactions on Haptics

Biomechatronics Lab alumnus, Dr. Randall B. Hellman was a co-author of a paper titled, “Functional contour-following via haptic perception and reinforcement learning,” which has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Haptics.  This research was conducted in collaboration with Dr. Cem Tekin (Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Bilkent University, […]

Paper published in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

Biomechatronics Lab alumni, Dr. Randall B. Hellman and Dr. Ruben Ponce Wong, were co-authors of a paper titled, “Discriminability of Single and Multichannel Intracortical Microstimulation within Somatosensory Cortex,” which has been published in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, section on Bionics and Biomimetics.  This research was conducted in collaboration with […]