Kyu-Jin Cho spends much of his time researching Actuator, Robot, Simulation, Mechanism and Shape-memory alloy. His Actuator study incorporates themes from Mechanical engineering, Structural engineering, Robot kinematics and Coil spring. His Mechanical engineering research incorporates elements of Control engineering, Electromagnetic coil and Mobile robot.
His study in the fields of Robot control under the domain of Robot overlaps with other disciplines such as Soft materials. The various areas that Kyu-Jin Cho examines in his Simulation study include Robotic hand, Underwater robot, Middle finger and Pressure sensor. His work in Mechanism tackles topics such as Kinematics which are related to areas like Curvature and Morphing.
Kyu-Jin Cho focuses on Actuator, Robot, Simulation, Mechanism and Control theory. His Actuator research incorporates themes from Segmentation, Mechanical engineering, Control engineering, Structural engineering and Shape-memory alloy. His research in the fields of Mobile robot and Soft robotics overlaps with other disciplines such as Crawling.
His Simulation research integrates issues from Robotic hand, Tendon and Wearable robot. His Mechanism research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Kinematics, Thrust, Underactuation, Torque and Stiffness. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Robot kinematics and Tension.
Kyu-Jin Cho focuses on Robot, Actuator, Mechanism, Simulation and Soft robotics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Kinematics, Slider and Human–computer interaction in addition to Robot. Kyu-Jin Cho has included themes like Mechanical engineering, Bending, Stiffness and Morphing in his Actuator study.
His studies in Mechanism integrate themes in fields like Pulley, Wing, Glider and Control theory. His research integrates issues of Feature, Web crawler, Polymer, Control and Legged robot in his study of Simulation. His Soft robotics course of study focuses on Nanotechnology and Conductor.
Kyu-Jin Cho mainly investigates Robot, Soft robotics, Actuator, Mechanism and Percolation. His study in Robot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mechanical engineering, Tendon and Human–computer interaction. His research in Mechanical engineering intersects with topics in Aerodynamic force, Glider and Wing.
His Soft robotics research incorporates themes from Computer hardware, Signal and Printed circuit board. His Mechanism research includes themes of Rehabilitation, Stroke, Folding and Wing vein. In his research, Morphing is intimately related to Electronic engineering, which falls under the overarching field of Robot control.
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Meshworm: A Peristaltic Soft Robot With Antagonistic Nickel Titanium Coil Actuators
Sangok Seok;Cagdas Denizel Onal;Kyu-Jin Cho;Robert J. Wood.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2013)
Exo-Glove: A Wearable Robot for the Hand with a Soft Tendon Routing System
Hyunki In;Brian Byunghyun Kang;MinKi Sin;Kyu-Jin Cho.
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine (2015)
Review of biomimetic underwater robots using smart actuators
Won-Shik Chu;Kyung-Tae Lee;Sung-Hyuk Song;Min-Woo Han.
International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing (2012)
Review of Manufacturing Processes for Soft Biomimetic Robots
Kyu-Jin Cho;Je-Sung Koh;Sangwoo Kim;Won-Shik Chu.
International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing (2009)
Jumping on water: Surface tension–dominated jumping of water striders and robotic insects
Je-Sung Koh;Je-Sung Koh;Eunjin Yang;Gwang-Pil Jung;Sun-Pill Jung.
Hygrobot: A self-locomotive ratcheted actuator powered by environmental humidity
Beomjune Shin;Jonghyun Ha;Minhee Lee;Keunhwan Park.
Science Robotics (2018)
Flea-Inspired Catapult Mechanism for Miniature Jumping Robots
Minkyun Noh;Seung-Won Kim;Sungmin An;Je-Sung Koh.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2012)
Omega-Shaped Inchworm-Inspired Crawling Robot With Large-Index-and-Pitch (LIP) SMA Spring Actuators
Je-Sung Koh;Kyu-Jin Cho.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2013)
Stretchable and Transparent Kirigami Conductor of Nanowire Percolation Network for Electronic Skin Applications.
Phillip Won;Jung Jae Park;Taemin Lee;Inho Ha.
Nano Letters (2019)
Engineering design framework for a shape memory alloy coil spring actuator using a static two-state model
Sung-Min An;Junghyun Ryu;Maenghyo Cho;Kyu-Jin Cho.
Smart Materials and Structures (2012)
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