Thursday 21 May 2009 12:21 Age: 5 yrs
Upcoming talks: Robotics Lab Manipulation Projects at the New England Manipulation Symposium
Two UMass Lowell Robotics Lab students will present their current research at the 5th Annual New England Manipulation Symposium (NEMS). Doctoral candidate, Kate Tsui, will present "'I Want That': Human-in-the-Loop Control of a Wheelchair-Mounted Robotics Arm from Interface through Grasping," the result of a 3-year collaboration with Dr. Aman Behal at the Univeristy of Central Florida. Master's student, Erin Rapacki, will present her thesis work, "The Design of an Underactuated Wheelchair-Mounted Robotic Arm to Open Door Knobs and Handles."