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Our paper, Small forces that differ with prior motor experience can communicate movement goals during human-human physical interaction was accepted to the Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation.
Our work on fabric-based multimodal sensing skin was covered by IEEE Spectrum.
Zackory Erickson and Ari Kapusta both had papers accepted to ICRA 2017.
US News & World Report named Georgia Tech’s Department of Biomedical Engineering the #1 Undergraduate Program, and the #2 Graduate Program.
Ari Kapusta and Kevin Chow both presented work at RO-MAN 2016 in New York, NY.
We are very excited to welcome four undergraduates : Rohith Krishnan, Haoping Bai, Haofeng Chen, and Ryan Williams to our lab. We look forward to working with them.
Our paper, Force and Thermal Sensing with a Fabric-based Skin was accepted to the IROS 2016 Workshop on See, Touch, and Hear : 2nd Workshop on Multimodal Sensor-based Robot Control for HRI and Soft Manipulation.
Our paper, “A CRF that Combines Touch and Vision for Haptic Mapping,” was accepted to IROS 2016.
Our paper, “Collaboration Between a Robotic Bed and a Mobile Manipulator May Improve Physical Assistance for People with Disabilities,” was accepted to the RO-MAN 2016 Workshop on Behavior Adaptation, Interaction, and Learning for Assistive Robots.
Phillip Grice and Ari Kapusta presented work at RSS 2016 Workshops in Ann Arbor, MI.