Daniel I. Goldman spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Granular media, Drag, Robot and Simulation. His Mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Kinematics, Anatomy and Dynamics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Condensed matter physics and Classical mechanics in addition to Granular media.
His studies in Drag integrate themes in fields like Scincus scincus, Impact crater, Lift, Thrust and Computer simulation. Robot is the subject of his research, which falls under Artificial intelligence. His studies deal with areas such as Control system, Terrain, Interlocking, Orientation and Wire mesh as well as Simulation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Robot, Mechanics, Granular media, Artificial intelligence and Classical mechanics. His research integrates issues of Gait, Terrain, Simulation and Control theory in his study of Robot. While the research belongs to areas of Mechanics, he spends his time largely on the problem of Kinematics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Legged robot.
His Granular media study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Condensed matter physics. His specific area of interest is Artificial intelligence, where Daniel I. Goldman studies Robotics. Daniel I. Goldman undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Classical mechanics and Geometric mechanics in his work.
Daniel I. Goldman mainly focuses on Robot, Mechanics, Artificial intelligence, Control theory and Active matter. His study in Robot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Distributed computing, Gait, Swarm behaviour and Drag, Aerospace engineering. In general Mechanics, his work in Continuum Modeling is often linked to Intrusion linking many areas of study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Motion and Computer vision. His Control theory research incorporates elements of Sidewinding, Terrain, Undulatory locomotion and Omega. His Active matter research includes themes of Swarm robotics, Classical mechanics and Forcing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Robot, Mechanics, Control theory, Circumnutation and Human–computer interaction. The various areas that he examines in his Robot study include Drag, Terrain and Actuator. As part of his studies on Terrain, Daniel I. Goldman often connects relevant areas like Granular media.
His work in Granular media addresses subjects such as Aerospace engineering, which are connected to disciplines such as Gait. Daniel I. Goldman combines subjects such as Resistive touchscreen, Granular matter and Inertia with his study of Mechanics. His study in the field of Robotics also crosses realms of Geometric framework.
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Undulatory swimming in sand: subsurface locomotion of the sandfish lizard.
Ryan D. Maladen;Yang Ding;Chen Li;Daniel I. Goldman.
A terradynamics of legged locomotion on granular media.
Chen Li;Chen Li;Tingnan Zhang;Daniel I. Goldman.
Active tails enhance arboreal acrobatics in geckos
Ardian Jusufi;Daniel I. Goldman;Shai Revzen;Robert J. Full.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Scaling and dynamics of sphere and disk impact into granular media.
Daniel I. Goldman;Paul B. Umbanhowar.
Physical Review E (2008)
Dynamics of rapid vertical climbing in cockroaches reveals a template
Daniel I. Goldman;Tao S. Chen;Daniel M. Dudek;Robert J. Full.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (2006)
Sensitive dependence of the motion of a legged robot on granular media
Chen Li;Paul B. Umbanhowar;Haldun Komsuoglu;Daniel E. Koditschek.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Dynamics of drag and force distributions for projectile impact in a granular medium
Massimo Pica Ciamarra;Antonio H. Lara;Andrew T. Lee;Daniel I. Goldman.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Sidewinding with minimal slip: Snake and robot ascent of sandy slopes
Hamidreza Marvi;Chaohui Gong;Nick Gravish;Henry Astley.
Distributed mechanical feedback in arthropods and robots simplifies control of rapid running on challenging terrain
Spagna Jc;Goldman Di;Lin Pc;Koditschek De.
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics (2007)
Stationary state volume fluctuations in a granular medium.
Matthias Schröter;Daniel I. Goldman;Harry L. Swinney.
Physical Review E (2005)
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