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Nov 13, 2013 (4 years and 11 months ago)

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Me


BA Biology, Kenyon College


Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)


Strong interest in medical robotics and bio
-
inspired
motion.


Worked in the
haptics

lab (science of touch)


TA/Grader Mechanical Engineering Junior Lab and
Engineering Entrepreneurship.


Graduated this past December


4

conference papers and 3 conference demonstrations


2 Patents pending


Continuing work in
haptics

and a robotics startup


Control of a High Fidelity Ungrounded Torque Feedback Device: The
iTorqU

2.1

Kyle N.
Winfree

, Joseph M. Romano†, Jamie Gewirtz†, and Katherine J.
Kuchenbecker




Mechanical Systems Laboratory University of Delaware, USA †
Haptics

Group, GRASP Laboratory University
of Pennsylvania, USA. “2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2010)”
Anchorage, Alaska, May 3
-

8, 2010”



A High Fidelity Ungrounded Torque Feedback Device: The
iTorqU

2.0

Kyle N.
Winfree

Jamie Gewirtz Thomas Mather Jonathan
Fiene

Katherine J.
Kuchenbecker

Haptics

Group, GRASP Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania,
USA


World
Haptics

2009: Third Joint
EuroHaptics

Conference and Symposium On
Haptic

Interfaces For Virtual
Environment and
Teleoperator

Systems.” March 18
th


20
th

2009.


iTorqU
: An ungrounded
haptic

feedback device

Katherine J.
Kuchenbecker
, Jamie Gewirtz, William McMahan, Dorsey Standish, Paul
Martin, Jonathan
Bohren
, Pierre J. Mendoza, and David I. Lee.
VerroTouch
: High
-
frequency
acceleration feedback for
telerobotic

surgery. Accepted for oral presentation at
EuroHaptics
, 2010.

Katherine J.
Kuchenbecker
, Jamie Gewirtz, William McMahan, Dorsey Standish, Paul
Martin, Jonathan
Bohren
, Pierre J. Mendoza, and David I. Lee.
VerroTouch
: High
-
frequency acceleration feedback for
telerobotic

surgery. Hands
-
on demonstration to be
presented at
EuroHaptics
, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, July 2010.

Dorsey Standish, Jamie Gewirtz, William McMahan, Paul Martin, and Katherine J.
Kuchenbecker
. High
-
frequency tactile feedback for the
da

Vinci surgical system. Hands
-
on
demonstration presented at IEEE
Haptics

Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts, March 2010.

Dorsey Standish, Jamie Gewirtz, William McMahan, Paul Martin, and Katherine J.
Kuchenbecker
. High
-
frequency tactile feedback for the
da

Vinci surgical system. Hands
-
on demonstration presented at the Stanford Medical Innovation Conference on
Medical Robotics, April 2010.

K. J.
Kuchenbecker
, D. Standish, W. McMahan, and J. Gewirtz. Tactile augmentation for robotic
systems. Provisional United States patent application #61/302,681,
filed

February 9, 2010.

Tangent Robotics

SphereGear

Hemispherical Mechanical transmission

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Degree?


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