His primary areas of investigation include Actuator, Haptic technology, Simulation, Control theory and Object. His Actuator research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Workspace, Rotation, Host and Electronic differential. When carried out as part of a general Haptic technology research project, his work on Haptic sensation is frequently linked to work in Fictitious force, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The concepts of his Simulation study are interwoven with issues in Axial load, Manipulator, Robot manipulator, Torque and Base. His Control theory research integrates issues from Spline, Cyclic stress, Shaft alignment, Rotational axis and Coupling. Bruce M. Schena combines subjects such as Orientation, Mechanism, Position and Tracking with his study of Object.
His main research concerns Actuator, Simulation, Haptic technology, Control theory and Acoustics. Actuator is a subfield of Electrical engineering that Bruce M. Schena explores. The Simulation study combines topics in areas such as Object, Control engineering, Base and Electronic differential.
The Haptic technology study which covers Joystick that intersects with Torque. Bruce M. Schena has researched Control theory in several fields, including Mechanical engineering, Control and Robot end effector. His Acoustics research includes elements of Surgical instrument and Linkage.
Bruce M. Schena mainly focuses on Surgical instrument, Control theory, Simulation, Teleoperation and Actuator. His studies deal with areas such as Acoustics, Carriage and Computer hardware as well as Surgical instrument. His Acoustics research incorporates elements of Adapter and Cable gland.
His Control theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control engineering, Coupling and Robot end effector. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Simulation, STERILE FIELD, Surgical site, Pillar and Remote operation is strongly linked to Robot. Electrical engineering covers Bruce M. Schena research in Actuator.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Manipulator, Simulation, Surgical instrument and Mechanism. His Control theory research incorporates themes from Parallelogram, Coupling and Robot end effector. His work investigates the relationship between Manipulator and topics such as Control engineering that intersect with problems in Parallel manipulator.
Bruce M. Schena usually deals with Simulation and limits it to topics linked to Mechanical engineering and Control system. Within one scientific family, Bruce M. Schena focuses on topics pertaining to Base under Surgical instrument, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Teleoperation, Structural engineering and Vibration. His research integrates issues of Joint, Track, Wrist and Multi port in his study of Mechanism.
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Motor interface for parallel drive shafts within an independently rotating member
W. Dachs Ii Gregory;Todd E. Murphy;William A. Burbank;William A. McDonald.
Mechanically decoupled capstan drive
Bruce M. Schena.
Instrument interface of a robotic surgical system
Roman L. Devengenzo;Thomas G. Cooper;Joseph P. Orban;Bruce Michael Schena.
Haptic interface for laptop computers and other portable devices
Erik J. Shahoian;Bruce M. Schena;Louis B. Rosenberg.
Safe and low cost computer peripherals with force feedback for consumer applications
Louis B. Rosenberg;Adam C. Braun;Bruce M. Schena.
Computer interface apparatus including linkage having flex
Louis B. Rosenberg;Bruce M. Schena.
Software center and highly configurable robotic systems for surgery and other uses
William C. Nowlin;Paul W. Mohr;Bruce Michael Schena;David Q. Larkin.
Control system configured to compensate for non-ideal actuator-to-joint linkage characteristics in a medical robotic system
Nicola Diolaiti;David Q. Larkin;Thomas G. Cooper;Bruce M. Schena.
Haptic devices using electroactive polymers
Compact cable tension tender device
Bruce M. Schena.
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