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Modelling robotic manipulators for analysis, optimisation and control

August 25, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm AEST

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Multi degree of freedom robotic manipulators often have complicated kinematics and dynamics, each manipulator requires models of kinematics and dynamics before they could be of real robotic use. Such models are essential for the analysis, simulation, optimisation and control of the robot. In this talk, Dr Hamid Abdi will introduce the concepts of modelling robotic manipulators and demonstrate several applications of kinematics and dynamics modelling of these robots that and his team have developed in the past.

Biography of Presenter:

Dr Hamid Abdi is a senior academic in the school of engineering at Deakin University, He is a senior member of IEEE, and PhD with 21 years of work/teaching experience in four universities in Australia, USA, China and Iran. He has vast experience of being a senior lecturer, a senior research fellow, an entrepreneur, and a winner of multiple scientific and entrepreneurship awards. He brings a successful history of chairing large academic units and programs, teaching and mentorship university students and industry personnel. Hamid’s areas of interest are innovative research and entrepreneurship projects, scientific and industry research partnerships, supervision of research projects at PhD and masters levels, and developing university-industry relationships. Hamid is a passionate and driven professional with an extensive track record in areas of control systems, robotics, IoT, system modelling, simulation, and optimisation.