Cybernetics is the study of interacting systems. These are of most interest when they behave unpredictably. I am the University of Reading professor of interactive systems.
My research interests centre on measuring and understanding human interactions, especially when they involve haptics interaces, robots, or exoskeletons, but also if they involve simple things like chairs.
Together with my students we are pursuing research in
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Room SSE 160
Tel: +44(0)118 378 6792
Biomedical Engineering, University of Reading,
Pepper lane entrance, PO Box 225, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AX
Last updated Mon 23-07-2018
|Louis Swadani||Biomimetic inspired rapid robotic grasps|
|Guy Butcher||Biomechanics of cell structures|
|Waseem Sarwar||Freeform fabrication techniques applied to enable hand exoskeleton design|
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|Haptics research in education|
Haptel BBC programme
The SPHERE concept from SPHERE Bristol on Vimeo.
Last updated Jul 2018