Bicchi, Antonio

Robotics Research

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Table of contents

Part I. Flying Robots

1. High-Power Propulsion Strategies for Aquatic Take-off in Robotics
Robert Siddall, Grant Kennedy, Mirko Kovac

2. A Global Strategy for Tailsitter Hover Control
Robin Ritz, Raffaello D’Andrea

3. Autonomous Flights Through Image-Defined Paths
Tien Do, Luis C. Carrillo-Arce, Stergios I. Roumeliotis

4. Altitude Estimation and Control of an Insect-Scale Robot with an Onboard Proximity Sensor
E. Farrell Helbling, Sawyer B. Fuller, Robert J. Wood

5. Tensile Web Construction and Perching with Nano Aerial Vehicles
Adam Braithwaite, Talib Alhinai, Maximilian Haas-Heger, Edward McFarlane, Mirko Kovač

6. Analytical SLAM Without Linearization
Feng Tan, Winfried Lohmiller, Jean-Jacques Slotine

7. Exploiting Photometric Information for Planning Under Uncertainty
Gabriele Costante, Jeffrey Delmerico, Manuel Werlberger, Paolo Valigi, Davide Scaramuzza

8. Optimal-State-Constraint EKF for Visual-Inertial Navigation
Guoquan Huang, Kevin Eckenhoff, John Leonard

Part II. Soft Robotics and Natural Machine Motion

9. A Multi-soft-body Dynamic Model for Underwater Soft Robots
Federico Renda, Francesco Giorgio-Serchi, Frederic Boyer, Cecilia Laschi, Jorge Dias, Lakmal Seneviratne

10. Learning Dynamic Robot-to-Human Object Handover from Human Feedback
Andras Kupcsik, David Hsu, Wee Sun Lee

11. Decoding the Neural Mechanisms Underlying Locomotion Using Mathematical Models and Bio-inspired Robots: From Lamprey to Human Locomotion
Auke Jan Ijspeert

12. Towards Real-Time SMA Control for a Neurosurgical Robot: MINIR-II
Shing Shin Cheng, Yeongjin Kim, Jaydev P. Desai

13. Variable Stiffness Pneumatic Structures for Wearable Supernumerary Robotic Devices
Frank L. Hammond III, Faye Wu, H. Harry Asada

14. Reproducing Expert-Like Motion in Deformable Environments Using Active Learning and IOC
Calder Phillips-Grafflin, Dmitry Berenson

15. Computer-Aided Compositional Design and Verification for Modular Robots
Tarik Tosun, Gangyuan Jing, Hadas Kress-Gazit, Mark Yim

16. Automated Fabrication of Foldable Robots Using Thick Materials
Cynthia Sung, Daniela Rus

17. Design, Sensing, and Planning: Fundamentally Coupled Problems for Continuum Robots
Arthur W. Mahoney, Trevor L. Bruns, Ron Alterovitz, Robert J. Webster III

Part III. Hands and Haptics

18. Synthesis and Optimization of Force Closure Grasps via Sequential Semidefinite Programming
Hongkai Dai, Anirudha Majumdar, Russ Tedrake

19. Using Geometry to Detect Grasp Poses in 3D Point Clouds
Andreas ten Pas, Robert Platt

20. Grasping with Your Brain: A Brain-Computer Interface for Fast Grasp Selection
Robert Ying, Jonathan Weisz, Peter K. Allen

21. Spine Balancing Strategy Using Muscle ZMP on Musculoskeletal Humanoid Kenshiro
Yuki Asano, Soichi Ookubo, Toyotaka Kozuki, Takuma Shirai, Kohei Kimura, Shunichi Nozawa, Youhei Kakiuchi, Kei Okada, Masayuki Inaba

22. How to Think About Grasping Systems - Basis Grasps and Variation Budgets
Leif P. Jentoft, Qian Wan, Robert D. Howe

23. Using Fractional Order Elements for Haptic Rendering
Ozan Tokatli, Volkan Patoglu

24. Design of a Novel 3-DoF Serial-Parallel Robotic Wrist: A Symmetric Space Approach
Yuanqing Wu, Marco Carricato

25. A Taxonomy of Benchmark Tasks for Robot Manipulation
Ana Huamán Quispe, Heni Ben Amor, Henrik I. Christensen

26. The Robotic Sixth Finger: A Wearable Compensatory Tool to Regain Grasping Capabilities in Paretic Hands
Gionata Salvietti, Irfan Hussain, Domenico Prattichizzo

Part IV. Multi-robot Systems

27. Towards Cooperative Multi-robot Belief Space Planning in Unknown Environments
Vadim Indelman

28. Collision-Free Reactive Mission and Motion Planning for Multi-robot Systems
Jonathan A. DeCastro, Javier Alonso-Mora, Vasumathi Raman, Daniela Rus, Hadas Kress-Gazit

29. An Optimal Control Approach to Mapping GPS-Denied Environments Using a Stochastic Robotic Swarm
Ragesh K. Ramachandran, Karthik Elamvazhuthi, Spring Berman

30. An Effective Algorithmic Framework for Near Optimal Multi-robot Path Planning
Jingjin Yu, Daniela Rus

31. Detecting, Localizing, and Tracking an Unknown Number of Moving Targets Using a Team of Mobile Robots
Philip Dames, Pratap Tokekar, Vijay Kumar

Keywords: Engineering, Robotics and Automation, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)

Publication year
Springer Proceedings in Advanced Robotics
Page amount
11 pages
Technology, Energy, Traffic
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