His main research concerns Kinematics, Simulation, Robot, Artificial intelligence and Biomedical engineering. The Kinematics study combines topics in areas such as Robot kinematics, Medical robot, Piecewise and Control theory. He has included themes like Virtual reality, Needle steering, Metric and Motion compensation in his Simulation study.
He merges Robot with Concentric in his research. Many of his research projects under Artificial intelligence are closely connected to Calibration with Calibration, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Robert J. Webster has researched Biomedical engineering in several fields, including Cannula, Imaging phantom and Curvature.
Robot, Artificial intelligence, Simulation, Biomedical engineering and Computer vision are his primary areas of study. His Robot study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Kinematics and Continuum. His work deals with themes such as Mechanical engineering, Torsion, Cannula, Mechanics and Piecewise, which intersect with Kinematics.
His work carried out in the field of Artificial intelligence brings together such families of science as Endoscope and Soft tissue. His Simulation research includes themes of Actuator, Motion planning and Teleoperation. Robert J. Webster usually deals with Biomedical engineering and limits it to topics linked to Imaging phantom and Surgery.
Robert J. Webster mainly investigates Robot, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Endoscope and Biomedical engineering. His study in Robot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control engineering, Kinematics, Control theory and Continuum. His research in Kinematics intersects with topics in Manipulator, Robot kinematics and Motion planning.
His Robotics and 3d model study in the realm of Artificial intelligence interacts with subjects such as Modular design, Calibration and Image guidance. His Biomedical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Forceps, Image-guided surgery, Electrode array and Cochlea. His Endoscopy research integrates issues from Tilt and Simulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Robot, Artificial intelligence, Cadaver, Endoscope and Computer vision. His research integrates issues of Manipulator, Kinematics and Simulation in his study of Robot. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Medical robot and Kinematics.
His study of Robotics is a part of Artificial intelligence. His Robotics research focuses on Airway obstruction and how it relates to Radiology. Robert J. Webster interconnects Safe surgery and Da Vinci Surgical System in the investigation of issues within Computer vision.
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Design and Kinematic Modeling of Constant Curvature Continuum Robots: A Review
Robert J. Webster;Bryan A. Jones.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2010)
Nonholonomic Modeling of Needle Steering
Robert J. Webster;Jin Seob Kim;Noah J. Cowan;Gregory S. Chirikjian.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2006)
An active cannula for bio-sensing and surgical intervention
ロバート， ジェームズ ウェブスター，;Robert James Webster;アリソン， エム． オカムラ，;Allison M Okamura.
Mechanics of Precurved-Tube Continuum Robots
R.J. Webster;J.M. Romano;N.J. Cowan.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2009)
A Geometrically Exact Model for Externally Loaded Concentric-Tube Continuum Robots
D Caleb Rucker;Bryan A Jones;Robert J Webster.
international conference on robotics and automation (2010)
Statics and Dynamics of Continuum Robots With General Tendon Routing and External Loading
D. C. Rucker;R. J. Webster.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2011)
Toward Active Cannulas: Miniature Snake-Like Surgical Robots
Robert Webster;Allison Okamura;Nah Cowan.
intelligent robots and systems (2006)
Design Considerations for Robotic Needle Steering
R.J. Webster;J. Memisevic;A.M. Okamura.
international conference on robotics and automation (2005)
A New Mechanism for Mesoscale Legged Locomotion in Compliant Tubular Environments
P. Valdastri;R.J. Webster;C. Quaglia;M. Quirini.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2009)
A Telerobotic System for Transnasal Surgery
Jessica Burgner;D. Caleb Rucker;Hunter B. Gilbert;Philip J. Swaney.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2014)
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