Last Updated on Monday, 09 March 2020 20:59
|Zolfa Anvari received the B.sc. degree in Robotic engineering from Hamedan University of Technology (HUT) by the year 2016. She passed some specialized courses like Advanced robotic, Modern control, Robot control, Mechanisms design, and Machine design; Both theoretical and practical in the university’s laboratories.
Her final thesis was two main parts: first, path-planning for end-effector of two planar parallel robots in the presence of moving and accelerated obstacles. She solved this problem by using potential fields method then modified this method to escape from the local minimums which forming in the workspace in the presence of obstacles. Second, she was supposed to detect possible collisions between the robot’s links with each other or with an obstacle offline. Zolfa used some geographical command in Matlab for detecting these probable impacts and she was successful.
Her final thesis advisor introduced her to the Taarlab Professor Because he believed that she should continue her research in this field. Zolfa modified this method and applied that for spatial parallel robots in Taarlab like Tripteron, Quadrepteron, 3-DOF Delta, and 4-DOFDelta. She detected those parts of the workspace that if the robot’s end-effector place there, collision will occur between the robot’s components. Then, she eliminated these areas from the workspace and made them safe.
Now, she works on a spatial parallel robot’s dynamic and tries to simplify these dynamics equations. The case study for this research is a 4-DOF Delta parallel robot which is in Taarlab.
Last Updated on Sunday, 27 October 2019 01:44
|Rasoul Sadeghian received his B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics at Vali-E-Asr university (VRU) in September, 2012. His main research interests included the linear algebra , hypergroups and Markov chain applications theory. He also was a member of Iran Inventors Association and Iran Idea city. In September 2012, he entered the Faculty of Qazvin azad university in order to continue his studies as a M.Sc. student of Mechatronics Engineering under the supervision of Dr. Tale Masouleh. His main research in his M.Sc. studies is focused on mobile robots, optimizing controllers , fuzzy logics, visual servoing and robot designing. Rasoul’s hobbies and interests include swimming, bodybuilding and reading.|
Last Updated on Friday, 04 August 2017 16:57
|Saeed Ansari-Rad received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Tehran, Iran, in 2015. His B.Sc. thesis concentrated on analysis and extension of epoch robots. After acquiring outstanding rank among the Electrical Engineering students, he attended School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tehran in M.Sc and joined Iran's National Elites Foundation. Meanwhile, he pursued his researches at Instrumentations Laboratory of Mechanical engineering school. Recently, he has graduated from University of Tehran. The M.Sc. thesis entitled “Design a Robust Adaptive Operational Control Based on Identification and Following Parameters for Evolving Linear Systems with Limited-variation Parameters” contributed numerous novelties in control and identification backgrounds. He has a broad set of research interests, including adaptive control theories and applications in robotics, system identification, adaptive control, machine learning, data-driven fault detection, and evolving systems. He has been research assistant in Human and Robot Interaction Laboratory (TAAR Lab.) since 2018. Saeed is also working as a member of research teams, which are working on controlling and identification of two parallel mechanisms, so-called “The Agile Eye” and “4-dof Delta”. He is a football fan and enjoys reading poems of Sohrab Sepehri. Moreover, he used to oil painting and playing classical music by his keyboard.|
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 June 2020 00:04
Shahrooz Shahin obtained her Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis on Mechatronics, in 2008 and Master’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering, in 2011 from Sharif University of Technology (SUT). Her undergraduate senior project was consisted of designing and implementation of a five DOF articulated manipulator.
She has been a research assistant in Human and Robot Interaction Laboratory (TaarLab) since fall 2016. At the moment, she is working on modeling and control of dynamic systems and implementation of them on a four-wheeled Mecanum robot, and path planning algorithms for a Spherical Rolling Robot.
Her main research in TaarLab is focused on mobile robots controlling, autonomous systems and path planning. Overall, her areas of interest also include control systems, human and robot interaction, bio-inspired and medical robotics. Joining the Human and Robot Interaction Laboratory, she gained lots of new experiences, besides the technical benefits, such as independent research abilities, teamwork, and efficient resource investigation.
Outside of Lab, she is actively involved in the extra-curricular activities. During her spare time, she enjoys reading, Jogging, keeping up with current affairs and going out with family and friends.
Last Updated on Sunday, 04 June 2017 16:19