Organisation: Norwegian University of Sciuence and Technology (NTNU)
Address: O. S. Bragstads plass 2, Elektro D, 7491 Trondheim, Norway
Contact: Prof. Anton Shiriaev (Tel: +47 7 359 0246, anton.shiriaev(at)ntnu.no)
- Sergey Kolyubin (NTNU)
- Leonid Paramonov (NTNU)
- Stepan Pchelkin (NTNU)
The core of the team is 1 Professor, 1 Postdoc researcher, and at least 2 PhD students all working at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). A number of students taking their study in robots modelling and control and doing both their course or Master project will be actively involved in the project.
Our team consists of skilled professionals complementing each other with strong theoretical and practical background in the fields of mathematical modelling, motion analysis and control of multi‐DOF systems (incl. industrial manipulators and hydraulic cranes, walking robots, and human body dynamics), mechanical design, applied software development, and system integration.
The team leader has experience in managing a number of research projects relevant to the EuRoC call such as “Next generation robotics for Norwegian industry” supported (~ 30,000.000 NOK) by the Norwegian Research Council, “Robotics Lab for Advanced Perception and Collaborative Manipulation” supported (~1,800.000 NOK) by the NTNU, Norway, and “Inducing stable oscillations in nonlinear systems by feedback. Part II” supported by the Swedish Research Council. Currently he has more than 140 peer‐reviewed publications and h‐index 21 (acc. to Google Scholar).
Finally, we have a unique equipment. This is the high‐end industrial workcell, incl. ABB IRB 4600 arm with the ATI 6DOF F/T sensor and spindle package installed on the 2m ABB IRBT 4004 linear track; ABB IRB 1600 and ABB IRB 140 arms each equipped with ATI 6DOF F/T sensors and Schunk PG‐70 parallel grippers; Nikon Metrology optical calibration system based on a K610‐CMM package, a K‐Robot MMDx100 laser scanner and a handled laser scanner. The complete functionality is enabled by special software packages such as ABB Robot Studio, ABB MultiMove, ABB RobotWare Machining FC, and Nikon Adaptive Robot Control. In addition, we have an In‐G structured light camera and a moving belt conveyor BGL 23.