IROS 2019

Amy recently traveled to Macau, China to present a paper, “Toward a Bipedal Robot with Variable Gait Styles: Sagittal Forces Analysis in a Planar Simulation and a Prototype Ball-Tray Mechanism”, which is co-authored with a team a Tulsa University, showing our progress in creating correspondence with a physical prototype and a simulation used to design variable gaits, as well as attend workshops Articulated Actuation Towards Human Capabilities for Robots and Affect Modeling, Evaluation, and Challenges in Intelligent Cars.

 

U. Huzaifa, C. Fuller, J. Schultz, and A. LaViers. “Toward a Bipedal Robot with Variable Gait Styles: Sagittal Forces Analysis in a Planar Simulation and a Prototype Ball-Tray Mechanism.” IEEE/RSJ International Conference on In- telligent Robots and Systems (IROS). Macau, China, 2019.



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