Robot, Actuator, Control engineering, Simulation and Torque are his primary areas of study. His study on Robot is covered under Artificial intelligence. His Actuator study incorporates themes from Work and Position.
Nikos G. Tsagarakis combines subjects such as Haptic technology, Human–computer interaction and Soft robotics with his study of Control engineering. His research in the fields of Exoskeleton overlaps with other disciplines such as Scheme. Torque is a primary field of his research addressed under Control theory.
Nikos G. Tsagarakis focuses on Robot, Control theory, Humanoid robot, Simulation and Control engineering. His Robot research is classified as research in Artificial intelligence. The Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Cartesian coordinate system and Stiffness.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gait, Motion, Robot kinematics and Human–computer interaction. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Simulation, Teleoperation is strongly linked to Robotic arm. His Control engineering research includes themes of Robot control and Motion control.
His main research concerns Robot, Humanoid robot, Control theory, Artificial intelligence and Control theory. His Robot research integrates issues from Control engineering, Simulation, Torque, Actuator and Work. In his research, Muscle fatigue is intimately related to Human–robot interaction, which falls under the overarching field of Simulation.
His Humanoid robot study also includes fields such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Robot, Artificial intelligence, Control theory, Humanoid robot and Control theory. His Robot study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Task, Simulation, Torque and Actuator. He interconnects Variety and Pulley in the investigation of issues within Actuator.
In the subject of general Artificial intelligence, his work in Robotics is often linked to Source code, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Control theory study incorporates themes from Work, Robot kinematics, Stiffness and GRASP. His Humanoid robot study combines topics in areas such as Abstraction layer and Embedded system.
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Variable impedance actuators: A review
B. Vanderborght;A. Albu-Schaeffer;A. Bicchi;A. Bicchi;E. Burdet.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2013)
Design of HyQ – a hydraulically and electrically actuated quadruped robot:
C Semini;N G Tsagarakis;E Guglielmino;M Focchi.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering (2011)
Development and Control of a ‘Soft-Actuated’ Exoskeleton for Use in Physiotherapy and Training
N. G. Tsagarakis;Darwin G. Caldwell.
Autonomous Robots (2003)
Improved modelling and assessment of pneumatic muscle actuators
N. Tsagarakis;D.G. Caldwell.
international conference on robotics and automation (2000)
A compact soft actuator unit for small scale human friendly robots
N.G. Tsagarakis;Matteo Laffranchi;Bram Vanderborght;D.G. Caldwell.
international conference on robotics and automation (2009)
Variable Stiffness Actuators: Review on Design and Components
Sebastian Wolf;Giorgio Grioli;Oliver Eiberger;Werner Friedl.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2016)
COMpliant huMANoid COMAN: Optimal joint stiffness tuning for modal frequency control
Nikos G. Tsagarakis;Stephen Morfey;Gustavo Medrano Cerda;Li Zhibin.
international conference on robotics and automation (2013)
A novel actuator with adjustable stiffness (AwAS)
Amir Jafari;Nikos G. Tsagarakis;Bram Vanderborght;Darwin G. Caldwell.
intelligent robots and systems (2010)
AwAS-II: A new Actuator with Adjustable Stiffness based on the novel principle of adaptable pivot point and variable lever ratio
Amir Jafari;Nikos G. Tsagarakis;Darwin G. Caldwell.
international conference on robotics and automation (2011)
A new variable stiffness actuator (CompAct-VSA): Design and modelling
Nikos G. Tsagarakis;Irene Sardellitti;Darwin G. Caldwell.
intelligent robots and systems (2011)
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