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IROS 2014 Webcam: Research pitches from the interactive sessions (Part 2)

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20 September 2014



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IROS_WebcamMore pitches from the interactive sessions at IROS. See also Part 1.

Sampriti Bhattacharyya MIT
Compact, Tetherless ROV for In-Contact Inspection of Underwater Structures

Josh Lane Purdue University
MOTHERSHIP: A Serpentine Limb/Tread Hybrid Robot

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Yanzhe Cui Purdue University
RrFrESH: A Self-Adaptation Framework to Support Fault Tolerance in Robot

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Ying Lu Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
On the Convergence of Fixed-point Iteration in Solving Complementarity Problems Arising in Robot Locomotion and Manipulation

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Fei Chen Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia
A Study on Data-Driven In-Hand Twisting Process Using a Novel Dexterous Robotic Gripper for Assembly Automation

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Leif Jentoft Righthand Robotics
Not an official IROS14 paper, but a cool pitch none-the-less! Righthand Robotics was one of two hands selected for DRC Track A robots.

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Check out all our IROS14 coverage.



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