I am Actively looking for a fully funded Ph.D. in Robotics and mechatronics Engineering | B.E | M.Tech
Mechatronics engineer with over two years of academic research experience, skilled at developing control algorithms and characterizing smart actuators. Enthusiastic about wearable device technologies, soft robots, bio-inspired smart actuators, and AI. Actively working towards securing a funded Ph.D./Research position in the field of mechatronics and robotics engineering.
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List of Publications (Papers, Book Chapters, Reviews, etc.)
Hybridized neural network inspired behavioural modelling of pneumatic artificial muscles for assistive robotic applicationshttps://doi.org/10.1108/IR-03-2022-0060
Neural Network-Based Gain Scheduled Position Control of a Pneumatic Artificial Musclehttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9865817
Synthesis and Evaluation of Biocompatibility of Cu-Al-Mn Shape Memory Alloyhttps://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.969.380
Design and Fabrication of Rehabilitation-based Exoskeleton for Paralytic Armhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9215455
My research interests and reasons behind them
Robotics & Autonomous Systems
Robots have always piqued my curiosity since my college days. I have always been interested in discovering how they behave and interact in challenging work environments. Over the course of my undergraduate and postgraduate studies, I was exposed to substantial areas of research activity and was fortunate to be allowed to collaborate with scientists and engineers engaged in research. I was fascinated by the technological developments taking place in the field of robotics and automation, especially in rehabilitation robotics and wearable haptics, which exhilarated me to pursue a PhD for establishing myself as a researcher. I believe that I possess the necessary motivation and knowledge to successfully complete the requirements of a full-time doctoral program. I worked on the ideation and development of an exoskeleton for a paralytic arm as part of my academic major project during my bachelor’s. This particular project was selected by TATA Technologies for corporate sponsorship as an “innovative project” for the academic year 2018-2019 under the initiative named \"Prayatna\". During my master’s coursework, I was a part of a research team that works towards the design and development of a smart material-based soft lower limb exoskeleton. My academic background allowed me to thoroughly comprehend the wide range of theoretical concepts covered by the project, and it also motivated me to undertake further research in the same area. I have decided to pursue a PhD in robotics and automation in order to establish a strong international reputation. I believe I can make a substantial contribution to the scientific study of rehabilitation robotics both at the fundamental/theoretical level and at the experimental level given my past research experience in robotics, control, and AI. This PhD position also offers me the chance to work in a multidisciplinary environment with highly qualified researchers.