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.
For more information please visit his personal website.
Clark AB, Mathivannan V, Rojas N, 2021, A continuum manipulator for open-source surgical robotics research and shared development, Ieee Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics, Vol:3, ISSN:2576-3202, Pages:277-280
et al., 2020, An origami-inspired variable friction surface for increasing the dexterity of robotic grippers, Ieee Robotics and Automation Letters, Vol:5, ISSN:2377-3766, Pages:2538-2545
Shen M, Clark A, Rojas N, A scalable variable stiffness revolute joint based on layer jamming for robotic exoskeletons, Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems Conference ( TAROS ) 2020, Springer Verlag, ISSN:0302-9743
et al., A passively complaint idler mechanism for underactuated dexterous grippers with dynamic tendon routing, Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems Conference (TAROS ) 2020, Springer Verlag, ISSN:0302-9743
et al., 2020, The RUTH Gripper: systematic object-invariant prehensile in-hand manipulation via reconfigurable underactuation, Robotics: Science and Systems, RSS