Gunter Niemeyer focuses on Simulation, Input device, Robot end effector, Control theory and Artificial intelligence. His Simulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surgical instrument, Manipulator, Degrees of freedom and Teleoperation. His Input device study combines topics in areas such as Movement and Display device.
His Robot end effector study incorporates themes from Signal, Robotic arm and Linkage. His work carried out in the field of Control theory brings together such families of science as Robot and Robot control. His study looks at the relationship between Artificial intelligence and topics such as Computer vision, which overlap with Surgical site, Surgical procedures, Scale factor and Focus.
His primary scientific interests are in Control theory, Simulation, Haptic technology, Robot and Artificial intelligence. Gunter Niemeyer has included themes like Control engineering, Motion control, Robot end effector and Telerobotics in his Control theory study. As a part of the same scientific study, Gunter Niemeyer usually deals with the Robot end effector, concentrating on Input device and frequently concerns with Operator, Workspace and Movement.
His Simulation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrical impedance, Motion, Teleoperation and Surgical instrument. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Human–computer interaction under Robot, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Invasive surgery. His work investigates the relationship between Artificial intelligence and topics such as Computer vision that intersect with problems in Virtual reality.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Robot, Control theory, Mechanism, Actuator and Simulation. His Human–robot interaction study, which is part of a larger body of work in Robot, is frequently linked to System identification, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work on Torque and Control theory as part of general Control theory research is frequently linked to Motor movement, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Mechanism research incorporates themes from Orientation, Spin and Position. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bouncing ball dynamics, Thin wall, Interior space and Lateral movement. His Simulation research includes themes of Motion capture and Trajectory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Robot, Trajectory, GRASP, Handover and Human–robot interaction. His Robot research includes elements of Control theory and Nonlinear system. His Trajectory research incorporates elements of Simulation, Motion capture and Robustness.
His study in Handover is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Robotics, Social perception, Human–computer interaction, Robotic arm and Social robot. His Human–robot interaction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vibration, Observer, Control theory, Torque and Deflection. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ball and Computer vision.
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Stable adaptive teleoperation
G. Niemeyer;J.-J.E. Slotine.
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (1991)
Alignment of master and slave in a minimally invasive surgical apparatus
Gunter D. Niemeyer;William C. Nowlin;Gary S. Guthart.
Repositioning and reorientation of master/slave relationship in minimally invasive telesurgery
William C. Nowlin;Gary S. Guthart;J. Kenneth Salisbury;Gunter D. Niemeyer.
Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents (2002)
Robotic catheter system
Daniel T. Wallace;Frederic H. Moll;Robert G. Younge;Kenneth M. Martin.
Robotic catheter system and methods
Frederic H. Moll;Daniel T. Wallace;Gregory J. Stahler;David F. Moore.
Methods using a robotic catheter system
Frederic H. Moll;Daniel T. Wallace;Robert G. Younge;David F. Moore.
Arm cart for telerobotic surgical system
Frederic Moll;David Rose;Andris Ramans;Stephen Blumenkranz.
Camera referenced control in a minimally invasive surgical apparatus
Niemeyer Gunter D;Guthart Gary S;Nowlin William C;Swarup Nitish.
Autofocus and/or autoscaling in telesurgery
John D. Stern;Robert G. Younge;David S. Gere;Gunter D. Niemeyer.
Telemanipulation with Time Delays
Günter Niemeyer;Jean-Jacques E. Slotine.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2004)
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