Irene Fassi is a full time researcher at CNR-ITIA (now CNR-STIIMA), where she leads the research group MEDIS.
C.P. Vyasarayani serves as an Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (www.iith.ac.in), working on problems related to nonlinear dynamics and control.
Vincenzo Parenti-Castelli received his Laurea degree in Mechanical Engineering cum laude at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna in 1973. He served as Full Professor of Mechanics of Machines from 1989-2020 and is currently Professor Emeritus of Alma Mater Studiorum.
Jian Dai (FASME, FIEEE, FIMechE, FREng) is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. His research interests are theoretical kinematics, screw algebra and Lie algebra, metamorphic mechanisms and reconfigurable mechanisms, Origami mechanisms and polyhedral mechanisms, and their applications to intelligent robotic devices, reconfigurable robotics and reconfigurable manufacture. His work in the aforementioned areas has […]
Special Section on Theory and Design of Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots: Published December 2022
The Special Section on the Theory and Design of Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots is now available on ASME’s Digital Collection. This Special Section features 14 manuscripts and a Guest Editorial and is intended to provide a platform for sharing and presenting new research and solutions for Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots in theory and design.
Dr. Kim directs the Applied Dynamics and Optimization Laboratory for the broad areas of dynamics, control, and optimization of mechanical systems.
Nilanjan Chakraborty is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stony Brook University (SBU).
In the August 2022 issue, the ASME Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics published a Special Issue drawing on papers from the 45th Mechanisms and Robotics Conference (MR), held as part of IDETC-CIE 2021.
During IDETC-CIE 2022 in St. Louis, JMR’s Journal Spotlight session on August 16, 4:10-5:50 PM (Central Time) will feature presentations by Ruiyu Bai, Yaobin Tian, and Just L. Herder.
Carl Nelson is a professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.