2011 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the design and control of haptic systems and medical robotics
Her main research concerns Haptic technology, Simulation, Artificial intelligence, Robot and Bevel. Allison M. Okamura has researched Haptic technology in several fields, including Invasive surgery, Surgery, Knot tying, Teleoperation and Robotic systems. Her research integrates issues of Telerobotics, Surgical robot, Virtual reality and Control theory in her study of Simulation.
Her Artificial intelligence research includes elements of Human–computer interaction and Computer vision. Her Robot study deals with Control engineering intersecting with Motion control. Her Bevel research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biomedical engineering, Needle insertion, Imaging phantom, Deflection and Needle steering.
Allison M. Okamura mainly investigates Haptic technology, Simulation, Robot, Artificial intelligence and Teleoperation. She focuses mostly in the field of Haptic technology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Control theory and, in certain cases, Nonholonomic system. The concepts of her Simulation study are interwoven with issues in Telerobotics, Control theory, Virtual reality and Virtual fixture.
Her Robot study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control engineering and Mechanical engineering. Allison M. Okamura works mostly in the field of Artificial intelligence, limiting it down to topics relating to Computer vision and, in certain cases, Perception, as a part of the same area of interest. The Teleoperation study combines topics in areas such as Workspace and Sensory substitution.
Allison M. Okamura mainly focuses on Haptic technology, Robot, Human–computer interaction, Teleoperation and Wearable computer. Allison M. Okamura is doing genetic studies as part of her Simulation and Artificial intelligence and Haptic technology investigations. Her work carried out in the field of Simulation brings together such families of science as Modality, Tension and Set.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mechanical engineering and Actuator, Control theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Robot manipulator, Object, Immersion, Robotic surgery and Gesture in addition to Human–computer interaction. Allison M. Okamura combines subjects such as Workspace, Software deployment, Exoskeleton and Tactile sensor with her study of Teleoperation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Robot, Haptic technology, Teleoperation, Soft robotics and Actuator. Her Robot study combines topics in areas such as Mechanical engineering, Edge and Control theory. Simulation and Artificial intelligence are the main areas of her Haptic technology studies.
While the research belongs to areas of Simulation, Allison M. Okamura spends her time largely on the problem of Tactile sensor, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Exoskeleton. Her Soft robotics research incorporates themes from Control reconfiguration and Chirality. Her studies deal with areas such as Beam, Stiffness, Buckling and Computer vision as well as Actuator.
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Force modeling for needle insertion into soft tissue
A.M. Okamura;C. Simone;M.D. O'Leary.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2004)
Nonholonomic Modeling of Needle Steering
Robert J. Webster;Jin Seob Kim;Noah J. Cowan;Gregory S. Chirikjian.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2006)
An active cannula for bio-sensing and surgical intervention
ロバート， ジェームズ ウェブスター，;Robert James Webster;アリソン， エム． オカムラ，;Allison M Okamura.
Haptic Feedback in Robot-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery
Allison M Okamura.
Current Opinion in Urology (2009)
Methods for haptic feedback in teleoperated robot-assisted surgery.
Allison M. Okamura.
Industrial Robot-an International Journal (2004)
An overview of dexterous manipulation
A.M. Okamura;N. Smaby;M.R. Cutkosky.
international conference on robotics and automation (2000)
A velocity-dependent model for needle insertion in soft tissue
Jessica R. Crouch;Chad M. Schneider;Josh Wainer;Allison M. Okamura.
medical image computing and computer assisted intervention (2005)
Vision-assisted control for manipulation using virtual fixtures
A. Bettini;P. Marayong;S. Lang;A.M. Okamura.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2004)
Haptic Virtual Fixtures for Robot-Assisted Manipulation
Jake J. Abbott;Jake J. Abbott;Panadda Marayong;Allison M. Okamura.
Effect of sensory substitution on suture-manipulation forces for robotic surgical systems.
Masaya Kitagawa;Daniell Dokko;Allison M. Okamura;David D. Yuh.
The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (2005)
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