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Dissertations from 2020

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A Modular Robotic AFO for detecting phase changes during Walking Gait, Nathaniel I. Michaels

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Deriving Motor Unit-based Control Signals for Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Neural Interfaces, Michael D. Twardowski

Dissertations from 2019

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Advancing Technologies for Interventional MRI Robotics with Clinical Applications, Paulo A. Carvalho

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A Walking Controller for Humanoid Robots using Virtual Force, Vinayak V. Jagtap

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An Asynchronous Simulation Framework for Multi-User Interactive Collaboration: Application to Robot-Assisted Surgery, Adnan Munawar

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Toward Deployable Origami Continuum Robot: Sensing, Planning, and Actuation, Junius Santoso

Dissertations from 2018

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Perspectives in control of conditionally controllable problems, Siamak Ghorbani Faal

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Modeling & Analysis of Design Parameters for Portable Hand Orthoses to Assist Upper Motor Neuron Syndrome Impairments and Prototype Design, Christopher Julius Nycz

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Utilizing Compliance To Address Modern Challenges in Robotics, Selim Ozel

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Towards Hands-On Cooperative Control for Closed-Loop MRI-Guided Targeted Prostate Biopsy, Marek Wartenberg

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Motion Conflict Detection and Resolution in Visual-Inertial Localization Algorithm, Benzun Wisely Babu

Dissertations from 2017

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Pressure-Operated Soft Robotic Snake Modeling, Control, and Motion Planning, Ming Luo

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Towards Closed-loop, Robot Assisted Percutaneous Interventions under MRI Guidance, Niravkumar Amrutlal Patel

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Enabling Motion Planning and Execution for Tasks Involving Deformation and Uncertainty, Calder Phillips-Grafflin

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Semi-autonomous robotic wheelchair controlled with low throughput human- machine interfaces, Dmitry Aleksandrovich Sinyukov

Dissertations from 2016

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Reinforcement Learning from Demonstration, Halit Bener Suay

Dissertations from 2013

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Modular MRI Guided Device Development System: Development, Validation and Applications, Gregory Cole