Her scientific interests lie mostly in Haptic technology, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Simulation and Tactile sensor. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Robot, Multimedia, Virtual reality and Presentation. Her Robot research integrates issues from Human–computer interaction and Set.
Her Computer vision research includes elements of Work, Computer graphics and Motion control. She combines subjects such as Sensory cue, Teleoperation, Wrist and Actuator with her study of Simulation. Her Tactile sensor research incorporates elements of Humanoid robot, Servomotor and Modality.
Katherine J. Kuchenbecker mainly investigates Haptic technology, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Simulation and Robot. Her work carried out in the field of Haptic technology brings together such families of science as Stylus, Tactile sensor, Teleoperation, Virtual reality and Rendering. In general Artificial intelligence, her work in Robotics, Motion, Object and Data-driven is often linked to Texture linking many areas of study.
The Computer vision study combines topics in areas such as Sensory cue and Motion control. She studied Simulation and Vibration that intersect with Robotic surgery. Her Social robot, Human–robot interaction and Humanoid robot study, which is part of a larger body of work in Robot, is frequently linked to Feeling, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her primary areas of investigation include Robot, Haptic technology, Human–computer interaction, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. Her research in Robot tackles topics such as Haptic perception which are related to areas like Haptic sensing, Ordinal regression and Object. Her Haptic technology study incorporates themes from Range and Set.
Her research in Human–computer interaction intersects with topics in Match moving, Virtual image, Curse of dimensionality and Social robot. Her work on Robotics and Motion as part of general Artificial intelligence study is frequently linked to Reactivity, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her studies in Computer vision integrate themes in fields like Wearable haptics, Sensory cue and Teleoperation.
Katherine J. Kuchenbecker spends much of her time researching Applied psychology, Robot, Contact force, Occupational therapy and Energy. Her Robot study introduces a deeper knowledge of Artificial intelligence. Her Contact force studies intersect with other disciplines such as Multiphysics, Simulation, Calibration, Tactile sensor and Contact area.
In her papers, Katherine J. Kuchenbecker integrates diverse fields, such as Contact area and Physical interaction. Among her Physical interaction studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Impulse, Flat surface, Sensation, Normal force and Flat glass. Her Occupational therapy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Game design, Rehabilitation, Human–robot interaction and Personal robot.
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Improving contact realism through event-based haptic feedback
K.J. Kuchenbecker;J. Fiene;G. Niemeyer.
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (2006)
Human-Inspired Robotic Grasp Control With Tactile Sensing
J. M. Romano;K. Hsiao;G. Niemeyer;S. Chitta.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2011)
Vibrotactile Display: Perception, Technology, and Applications
Seungmoon Choi;K. J. Kuchenbecker.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2013)
Creating Realistic Virtual Textures from Contact Acceleration Data
J. M. Romano;K. J. Kuchenbecker.
IEEE Transactions on Haptics (2012)
Deep learning for tactile understanding from visual and haptic data
Yang Gao;Lisa Anne Hendricks;Katherine J. Kuchenbecker;Trevor Darrell.
international conference on robotics and automation (2016)
Cutaneous Feedback of Fingertip Deformation and Vibration for Palpation in Robotic Surgery
Claudio Pacchierotti;Domenico Prattichizzo;Katherine J. Kuchenbecker.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2016)
Tool Contact Acceleration Feedback for Telerobotic Surgery
W. McMahan;J. Gewirtz;D. Standish;P. Martin.
IEEE Transactions on Haptics (2011)
Partition panel with modular appliance mounting arrangement
Bruce G. MacGregor;Juan Carlos Bruce Novoa;Larry Cheng;II Energy Cruse.
Modeling and Rendering Realistic Textures from Unconstrained Tool-Surface Interactions
Heather Culbertson;Juliette Unwin;Katherine J. Kuchenbecker.
IEEE Transactions on Haptics (2014)
Using robotic exploratory procedures to learn the meaning of haptic adjectives
Vivian Chu;Ian McMahon;Lorenzo Riano;Craig G. McDonald.
international conference on robotics and automation (2013)
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