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Hamed Rahimi Nohooji

Postdoctoral researcher

Department Automation
Postadresse Université du Luxembourg
29, avenue JF Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
Büroadresse JFK Building, E04-426

Hamed RAHIMI NOHOOJI received his Ph.D. degree from Curtin University (Australia), in ‎‎2018.‎ He was a research fellow at the National University of Singapore (Singapore), and UC Louvain (Belgium). He was also a researcher at the University of Pisa (Italy) and a visiting research scholar at the University of Birmingham (UK). His main research interests include soft robotics, and developing control systems with applications in robotics. During his research, he worked on several projects, including the EU H2020 CYBERLEGs Plus Plus project, and the Singapore Agency for Science, Tech & Research (A*STAR) project on "Soft Modular Adaptive Gripper Capable of Fast Response and Large Force". Hamed joined the Automation & Robotics Research group headed by Prof. Holger Voos.

His contributions can be assessed by his publications with over 900 citations and an H-index of 17 (Google Scholar, Dec 2022). He has authored or co-authored several articles in prestigious international journals, such as Information sciences (IF 8.233), Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (IF 8.934), Neurocomputing (IF 5.779), Journal of The Franklin Institute (IF 4.246), Applied Mathematical Modelling (IF 5.336), Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering (4.063), Asian Journal of Control (IF 2.444), Energies (IF 3.252), IEEE Access (IF 3.476), and Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics (IF 2.576). He has also authored four book chapters, three of which have been published by Springer. He has several conference papers, including the award nominee paper at the Australasian Conf on Robotics and Automation 2016, where He won a Student Travel Award from the conference organizers.

He is a guest associate editor of Frontiers in Robotics and AI (CiteScore 4.6) for the Robotic Control Systems section. He is a topical advisory panel member of Robotics (CiteScore 4.9), Actuators (IF 2.52), and Machines (IF 2.428). He is a section topical advisory panel member for 'Sensors and Robotics' of Sensors (IF 3.847), and editing a topical collection entitled "Advances in Human-Robot Interaction: Sensing, Cognition, and Control", and a special issue on "Advances in Soft Robotics: Design, Sensing, and Control" for this journal. He is also a special issue editor for Actuators on "Soft Actuators and Robotics". He was a leading guest editor for the International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems (IF 1.714) for a special collection on "Barrier Lyapunov Functions in Constrained Control of Robotic Systems". He is an active reviewer for several prestigious journals, including IEEE T Industrial Electronics, IEEE T Neural Networks and Learning Systems, IEEE T Cybernetics, IEEE T Systems, Man and Cybernetics, IEEE Access, PLOS One, Journal of The Franklin Institute, Neurocomputing, Control Engineering Practice, Nonlinear Dynamics, Robotics and Autonomous Systems and Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics. He regularly serves as a reviewer for numerous international conferences every year.



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Last updated on: Freitag, den 30. Dezember 2022

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See detailA Lightweight Universal Gripper with Low Activation Force for Aerial Grasping
Kremer, Paul; Rahimi Nohooji, Hamed; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Luis; Voos, Holger

E-print/Working paper (2022)

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