Imperial College London

Angus B. Clark

Faculty of EngineeringDyson School of Design Engineering

Research Postgraduate



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Angus B. Clark is a PhD Student (Postgraduate Researcher) in the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London within the REDS Lab. His research interests includes the development of variable stiffness adaptable robot arms, in-hand manipulation focused grippers, underwater robotic propulsion and grasping, and exoskeletons and prosthetics.

Before joining Imperial, Angus completed an MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Mechatronics at the University of Southampton in the department of Mechanical Engineering.

For more information please visit his personal website.



Clark A, Rojas N, 2022, Malleable robots: reconfigurable robotic arms with continuum links of variable stiffness, Ieee Transactions on Robotics, ISSN:1552-3098

Chappell D, Son HW, Clark AB, et al., 2022, Virtual reality pre-prosthetic hand training with physics simulation and robotic force interaction, Ieee Robotics and Automation Letters, Vol:7, ISSN:2377-3766, Pages:1-1

Ranne A, Clark AB, Rojas N, 2022, Augmented reality-assisted reconfiguration and workspace visualization of malleable robots: workspace modification through holographic guidance, Ieee Robotics & Automation Magazine, Vol:29, ISSN:1070-9932, Pages:2-13

Lu Q, Baron N, Clark AB, et al., 2021, Systematic object-invariant in-hand manipulation via reconfigurable underactuatuation: introducing the RUTH gripper, International Journal of Robotics Research, Vol:40, ISSN:0278-3649, Pages:1402-1418


Yang Z, Clark A, Chappell D, et al., Instinctive real-time sEMG-based control of prosthetic hand with reduced data acquisition and embedded deep learning training, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation

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