Robert F. Shepherd mainly investigates Nanotechnology, Soft robotics, Robot, Actuator and Mechanical engineering. Robert F. Shepherd has researched Nanotechnology in several fields, including Composite material, Natural rubber and Colloid, Chemical engineering. His study in Soft robotics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control engineering, Stereolithography and Robotics.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Robot, Battery, Control theory and Silicone is strongly linked to Simulation. His Actuator study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photonics, 3D printing and Reliability. His Mechanical engineering study frequently links to related topics such as Elastomer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Actuator, Robot, Soft robotics, Elastomer and Mechanical engineering. His Actuator study also includes fields such as
Robert F. Shepherd has included themes like Fluidics, Robotics and Nanotechnology in his Soft robotics study. Robert F. Shepherd works mostly in the field of Elastomer, limiting it down to concerns involving Optoelectronics and, occasionally, Capacitor. Robert F. Shepherd combines subjects such as Pneumatic actuator, Control reconfiguration and Soft actuator with his study of Mechanical engineering.
His main research concerns Actuator, Robot, Soft robotics, Elastomer and 3D printing. The concepts of his Actuator study are interwoven with issues in Stereolithography, Legged robot and Stiffness. His Robot research includes elements of Control engineering, Transmission and Soft actuator.
His Control engineering research incorporates elements of Manufacturing methods, Robustness and Mobile robot. The concepts of his Soft robotics study are interwoven with issues in Mechanical engineering, Algorithm and Acoustics. His Elastomer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Photochromism, Fluidics and Azobenzene.
Robert F. Shepherd spends much of his time researching Actuator, Soft robotics, Robot, Elastomer and Human–computer interaction. His work in Actuator covers topics such as Stereolithography which are related to areas like Swelling, Bending, Layer, Surface-area-to-volume ratio and Fluidics. His Soft robotics study combines topics in areas such as Vibration, Decoupling, Fiber optic sensor and Deformation.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transmission and Energy storage. His Elastomer research includes elements of Nanotechnology, Photochromism, Polymerization, Polyurethane and Azobenzene. His research in Human–computer interaction focuses on subjects like Haptic technology, which are connected to Virtual reality.
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Multigait soft robot
Robert F. Shepherd;Filip Ilievski;Wonjae Choi;Stephen A. Morin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Soft robotics for chemists
Filip Ilievski;Aaron D. Mazzeo;Robert F. Shepherd;Xin Chen.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
Pneumatic Networks for Soft Robotics that Actuate Rapidly
Bobak Mosadegh;Bobak Mosadegh;Panagiotis Polygerinos;Christoph Keplinger;Sophia W Wennstedt.
Advanced Functional Materials (2014)
Highly stretchable electroluminescent skin for optical signaling and tactile sensing
C. Larson;B. Peele;S. Li;S. Robinson.
Resilient, untethered soft robot
Michael T. Tolley;Robert F. Shepherd;Bobak Mosadegh;Robert J. Wood.
Soft robotics (2015)
Camouflage and Display for Soft Machines
Stephen A. Morin;Robert F. Shepherd;Sen Wai Kwok;Adam A. Stokes.
Robotic Tentacles with Three‐Dimensional Mobility Based on Flexible Elastomers
Ramses V. Martinez;Jamie L. Branch;Carina R. Fish;Lihua Jin.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Soft Robotics: Review of Fluid‐Driven Intrinsically Soft Devices; Manufacturing, Sensing, Control, and Applications in Human‐Robot Interaction
Panagiotis Polygerinos;Nikolaus Correll;Stephen A. Morin;Bobak Mosadegh.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2017)
Optoelectronically innervated soft prosthetic hand via stretchable optical waveguides
Huichan Zhao;Kevin O’Brien;Shuo Li;Robert F. Shepherd.
Science Robotics (2016)
3D printing of soft robotic systems
T. J. Wallin;J. Pikul;R. F. Shepherd.
Nature Reviews Materials (2018)
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