Imperial College London


Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Honorary Lecturer



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Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus





Ildar Farkhatdinov is an honorary lecturer in department of Bioengineering of Imperial College of London and he works with Professor Etienne Burdet in Human Robotics Group. He is also a Senior Lecturer in Robotics at Queen Mary University of London. He got his Ph.D. in Robotics from University Pierre and Marie Curie in 2013 UPMC Paris VI Univ (Paris, France), M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Korea University of Technology and Education in 2008 (Cheonan, South Korea), and B.Sc. with honors in Automation and Control from Moscow State University of Technology STANKIN (Moscow, Russia) in 2006. His primary research interests are in the field of human-robot/computer interaction, in particular haptics, teleoperation, human perception and biomechanics, as well in design and control of robotic systems. He currently works on human posture balance control and its implementation for physical and virtual systems.

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Perez NP, Eden J, Ivanova E, et al., 2022, Is a Robot Needed to Modify Human Effort in Bimanual Tracking?, Ieee Robotics and Automation Letters, Vol:7, Pages:8069-8075

Vitanov I, Farkhatdinov I, Denoun B, et al., 2021, A Suite of Robotic Solutions for Nuclear Waste Decommissioning, Robotics, Vol:10

Din AR, Althoefer K, Farkhatdinov I, et al., 2021, Innovation in the time of SARS-CoV-2: A collaborative journey between NHS clinicians, engineers, academics and industry, Surgeon-journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland, Vol:19, ISSN:1479-666X, Pages:E281-E288

Otaran A, Farkhatdinov I, 2021, Haptic Ankle Platform for Interactive Walking in Virtual Reality., Ieee Trans Vis Comput Graph, Vol:PP


Palermo F, Rincon-Ardila L, Oh C, et al., 2021, Multi-modal robotic visual-tactile localisation and detection of surface cracks, Pages:1806-1811, ISSN:2161-8070

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