Biomechatronics Lab doctoral students Alireza Haji Fathaliyan and Xiaoyu Wang were equally contributing co-authors of a paper titled, “Exploiting 3D gaze tracking for action recognition during bimanual manipulation to enhance human-robot collaboration,” which has been accepted for publication in Frontiers in Robotics and AI. This work was supported […]
Undergraduate researcher Steven Yin was the second author of a paper titled, “Surgical Hand Tracking in Open Surgery Using a Versatile Motion Sensing System: Are We There Yet?,” which has been published in American Surgeon. This research was conducted in collaboration with Dr. Peyman Benharash (Bioengineering, Cardiothoracic Surgery, UCLA). Citation: Genovese, […]
Ryan P. Manis’ paper titled, “Independent digit contributions to rotational manipulation in a three-digit pouring task requiring dynamic stability,” has been published in Experimental Brain Research. Citation: Manis, R. P and Santos, V. J. “Independent digit contributions to rotational manipulation in a three-digit pouring task requiring dynamic stability.” […]
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.
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.