List of Master Alumni

Fields, Anthony
Liu, S. Wing
Li, Dong
Kuo, Tong-Yuan Andrew
Ito, Osamu
Blume, Karl
Gutz, Dave
Blacker, Steven Jay
Buitrago Barrientos, Jaime H.
Friedman, Marina
Nam, Ho Jong
Klobucher, Mark
Yahiaoui, Mohamed
Leung, Yat-Fai
Di Lorenzo, Dan
Kondo, Fumio
Fuhlbrigge, Thomas
McMahon, Elihu
Vithiananthan Inpachelvan
Schultze, Oliver
Bobbett, James E
Hawkey, Timothy
Gaffney, Monique S.
Shortlidge, Charles
Sullivan, Jeanne
Humberger, Reiner
Ebesu, Dean
Schalm, Klaus
Beck, Douglas
DeAngelis, Alfredo
Wu, Warren
Khan, Yusaf
Davies, Dave
Shao, Yi-Chung
Ardini, John
Gort, Jim
Carey, John
Yeh, Ting-Jen
Wetzel, John
Espinoza, Luis
Berkelman, Peter
Sasage, Yoshihiro
Mai, Bradley
Huang, Shih-Ying
Rubin,Joan S.
Monaghan, Matthew
Mark, Stephen
Ma, Calvin
Rodriguez, Pablo
Chow, Irene
Gjeltema, Paul
Bendana, Yuri
Schulze-Lauen, Henning
Pahng, Jason
Bae, Jungmok Mitchell
Shana’a, Adeeb W.M.
Kwok, Tarzen
Scott, Eric
Crawford, Douglas
B ̈ohler, Harald
Orbak, Ali Yurdun
Branton, Richard Khalil-Lateef
Chiu, Cheng-Jung
Tjahjono, Benny Wahjudi
Leon, Agustin
Van de Straete, Herman Jan
Wong, Francis
Hubbard, Gregory A.
Lovelace, Edward Carl Francis
Choi, Henry
Yang, Clara
Chow, Terence
Schaefer, Stuart
Yeh, Ting-Jeh
Mollica, Rosario
Castaneda-Vega, Jose
Adams, Douglas
Barrett, Lawrence
Ortiz, Luis
Kubota, Tetsuya
Abraham, Joseph
Sultan Al-Essa, Fouzi Khalid
Zambri, Razman
Schmidt, Florian
Aumond, Bernardo
Hsiao, Wayne
Roberts, Dave
Saptari, Vidi
Chang, Woo-Sok
Song, Ki
Jon Demerly
Wright, Andrew
Yeo, Yee
Prempraneerach, Pradya
Yilmaz, Namik Kemal
Eric Hoarau
Stancil, Byron Miguel
Helal, Belal
Kiatbaramee, Thanisara
Kawazaki, Junji
WANG Shengyong
Hanna, Richard
Partlan, Eric
CAO Zhe
XU Qing
KEH Teng Yang
DU Xian
WANG Xiaobo
Sunil BHANDARI
Elmouelhi, Ahmed
El-Rifai, Khalid
Micheletti, David
Maya VENKATARAMANI
Vignesh EZHILARASAN
XU Xin
YANG Cheng
GUO Xun
Johanes CANDRA
SIEW Kok Ewe
ZHANG Meiqing
Gerez, David
Guterrez, Maurico
FANG Lishan
MOHAMED S/O Abdul Rafiq Rasheed
Suwandi CHENDEKIAWAN
WEE Boon Kiat
Marsellus Yohz HENDRYANTO
MENG Fanming
Rawther Ashiqul HAMEED
Susanto FADJARAY
Burns, Daniel
Thomas-II, Anthony
Kaya, Omur
Killian, Lauren
Sameer SYED MOHIDEEN
Sivaraman RAJAGOPALAN
WU Quansheng
POH Yang Liang
Adam Wahab
Kwang Lim
Dimitris Chatzigeorgiou
Cynthia Walker-Panas,
Changrak Choi
H. M. Abdelhalim
David Donghyun Kim

AFM team won 2014 National Instruments Engineering Impact Awards

‘Iman Soltani Bozchalooi and Andrew Houck won the Advanced Research category at the 2014 National Instruments Engineering Impact Awards’

Iman Bozchalooi, Andrew Houck and Professor Youcef-Toumi traveled to Austin at the beginning of August to attend the 2014 NIWeek conference. The AFM team’s research work was recognized at NI’s Engineering Impact Awards. This annual competition honors the most innovative applications that use NI products, and received more than 100 submissions this year.

Their research work, titled “Building the World’s Largest Range High-Speed Atomic Force Microscope,” was the winner in the Advanced Research category. Professor Youcef-Toumi spoke about the project at the Thursday Keynote presentation.

Congratulations, AFM team!

More information about the project and keynote presentation can be found at the following links:

Building the World’s Largest Range, High-Speed Atomic Force Microscope:

http://sine.ni.com/cs/app/doc/p/id/cs-16254

 

Invited Presentations

  1. January 23, 2013 “Controls, Robotics & Automation”, POSCO, Pohang, South Korea
  2. January 23, 2013 “Innovation & Entrepreneurship”, POSCO, Pohang, South Korea
  3. January 22, 2013 “Controls, Robotics & Automation”, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd (IHI), Tokyo, Japan
  4. January 22, 2013 “Innovation & Entrepreneurship”, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd (IHI), Tokyo, Japan
  5. January 21, 2013 “Controls, Robotics & Automation”, Mitsubishi Electric Co. (MELCO), Advanced Technology Center, ATC, Osaka, Japan
  6. January 21, 2013 “Innovation & Entrepreneurship”, Mitsubishi Electric Co. (MELCO), Advanced Technology Center, ATC, Osaka, Japan
  7. September 7th, 2012 “On Soft Biomimetic Fish Robots”, Plenary Lecture at the SIS 2012 – The 4th SPENALO International Symposium On Marine and Medical Robotics September 7th, 2012, Busan, South Korea.
  8. September 5th, 2012 “Computation meets Innovation”, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne, Australia.
  9. September 4th, 2012 “Robotics Is there a limit”, Distinguished Lecture, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne, Australia.
  10. June 26, 2012 “High Speed Imaging at the Nanoscale”, Keynote Lecture at the 11th Conference on Beam Injection Assessment of Microstructures in Semiconductors (BIAMS 11), June 25-28 2012, Annaba, Algeria
  11. June 25, 2012 “Progress through Innovation and Entrepreneurship “, University of Annaba, Algeria
  12. June 12, 2012 “On Modeling & Control Systems “, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany.
  13. June 13, 2012 “Scientic Computing – QCRI “, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany.
  14. May 17, 2012 “Progress through Innovation and Entrepreneurship “, National Instruments Academic Day, Beirut, Lebanon
  15. December 6, 2011, “A Nation’s Progress Through Innovation and Entrepreneurship”, 2nd Meeting of Algerian Scientic Researchers Living Abroad.
  16. July 14, 2011, Plenary lecture, Universite d’ete, Tlemcen, Algeria.
  17. July 14, 2011, “Making the Impossible Possible”, Universite d’ete, Tlemcen, Algeria.
  18. June 26, 2011, “Robotics & Automation: Applications and Challenges”, Centre de Development des Technologies Advencees (CDTA), Algeirs, Algeria.
  19. June 4, 2011, “AFM Lecture”, Centre de Development des Technologies Advencees (CDTA), Algeirs, Algeria.
  20. June 4, 2011, “Economic Development based on Research, Development and Education”, Centre de Development des Technologies Advencees (CDTA), Algeirs, Algeria.
  21. May 19th, 2011, ” Economic Development based on R & D and Education “, National Instruments Academic Day, Beirut, Lebanon.
  22. May 31st, 2011, “High Speed Imaging at the Nanoscale”, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
  23. March 31 – April 4, 2011, “High Speed Imaging at the Nano-Scale” , Plenary Speaker at Mechatronik 2011 Dresden, Dresden, Germany.
  24. December 3, 2010, “International Partnerships”, Lecture, Algiers, Algeria.
  25. November 17, 2010, “On Research and Graduate Education”, Ecole Polytechnique de Lille, France.
  26. November 6, 2010, “Competitiveness and Knowledge Challenges of the New World Economy”, Industrial Investment Conference, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.
  27. October 23, 2010, Graduation Speaker, Ecole Polytechnique de Lille, France.
  28. August 5, 2010, “High Speed Atomic Force Microscopy”, National Instruments – NI Week.
  29. April 20-21, 2010, “Design & Control Integration”, Plenary talk. IEEE International Symposium on Mechatronics and its Applications, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
  30. November 3, 2009, Plenary talk, Algiers, Algeria.
  31. May 28, 2009 “Mechatronics at MIT”, Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire de Lille.
  32. May 8, 2009, “Applications in Robotics and Controls”, Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute.
  33. April 19-20, 2009, Innovation Workshop, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia.
  34. Decembre 11, 2008, “Applications in Robotics & Controls “, Universite dEvry-Val dEssonne, France.
  35. August 22, 2008, ” Robotics, Automation & Controls”, Samsung Electronics, Co., Korea.
  36. June 30, 2008 “Applications in Robotics and Controls”, Annaba, CISA 2008, Plenary, Algeria
  37. April 29, 2008 “Robotics & Controls”, Schlumberger, Cambridge, MA, USA
  38. March 26, 2008, ” Applications in Robotics & Controls”, Ecole Centrale de Lille, Lille, France.
  39. March 23, 2008, ” Applications in Robotics & Controls”, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
  40. Daniel J. Burns, Vijay Shilpiekandula, Bernardo Aumond, Kamal Youcef-Toumi, “On Imaging at the Nanoscale” IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing and its Applications, Sharjah, UAE 18-20 March, 2008, Plenary.
  41. March 18, 2008 ” Thoughts on our Era and Technology”, Sharjah University, United Arab Emirates, WOSPA 2008. IEEE
  42. January 29, 2008 “Future Directions in Automatic Control Systems”, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Nagoya, Japan.
  43. January 28, 2008 “On Mechatronics: Theory & Applications”, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Osaka, Japan.
  44. October 29, 2007 ” Information & Communication technologies: A Necessity”, Damascus, Syria.
  45. June 29, 2007 “Design Education at MIT’s Mechanical Engineering Department”, Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire de Lille, France,
  46. July 20, 2006 ” Macro to Nano Robotics”, King’s College London, London, United Kingdom.
  47. July 7, 2006 “Global Trends in Manufacturing and The Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA) Experience”, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
  48. June 27, 2006 ” Control Systems: Theory and Applications”, Ecole Centale Lille, Lille, France.
  49. April 10, 2006 ” Robotics and Automation”, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
  50. April 11-12, 2006 ” Fostering Practice of Design & Entrepreneurship”, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
  51. April 11-12, 2006 “Design Education at MIT’s Mechanical Engineering Department”, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
  52. March 17, 2006 “Metrology Challenges for Micro/Nano Manufacturing “, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China.
  53. March 15, 2006 “Metrology Challenges for Micro/Nano Manufacturing “, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
  54. April 2005 “Robotics and Automation” , Petroleum Institute , Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  55. March 20-21, 2004 “Industry & Academic Partnerships”, Entrepreneurship Conference, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  56. April 2003, “Robotics and Automation: Concepts & Applications” Laboratoire de Robotique, Velizy, France.
  57. December 2002, “Industrial Information Technology”, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  58. November 21, 2002 “Macro to Nano Robotics: Concepts & Applications” Nanyang technological University, Singapore.
  59. April 2002, “Robotique: Applications dans la Nanotechnologie & Biotechnologie”, Constantine, Algeria.
  60. April 2002, “Impact of Information technology”, Constantine, Algeria.
  61. March 2002, “Software: The Digital Divide” Arab Science and Technology Foundation, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  62. December 2001, “Impact of Electronics & Informatics in Mechanical Engineering”, EMP, Algiers, Algeria.
  63. November 28, 2001, “Imaging at the Nanoscale”, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas, USA.
  64. April 6, 2001, “Robotics”, Suolk University, Boston, Ma, USA.
  65. March 28, 2001, “Distance Learning” L’Universite Virtuelle: De au Troisieme Millenaire, Algiers, Algeria.
  66. January 9, 2001, “Mechatronics Research”. Thomson Co. (Now Thales), Paris, France.
  67. January 5, 2001, “Mechatronics Research”. Mars Co., Slough, England.
  68. June 9, 2000, “Mechatronics Research”. Laboratoire d’Automatique de Besancon, UMR CNRS, Institut de Productique, Besancon, France.
  69. June 8, 2000, “Control System Design with Applications to Engineering Systems”. Fabrimetal, Brussells, Belgium.
  70. June 8, 2000, “Robotics and Automation”. Fabrimetal, Brussells, Belgium.
  71. June 8, 2000, “Nanotechology”. Fabrimetal, Brussells, Belgium.
  72. June 8, 2000, “Modeling and Simulation of Multidisciplinary Engineering Systems”. Fabrimetal, Brussells, Belgium.
  73. June 7, 2000, “Modeling, Design and Control of Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles”. PSA Peugeot-Citroen, Paris (Velizy-Villacoublay), France.
  74. June 6, 2000, “Mechatronics Research”. Electricite de France, Paris, France.
  75. December 14, 1999, “Modeling, Design and Control of Automotive Systems”. FIAT, Turin, Italy.
  76. December 13, 1999, “Modeling and Simulation of Multi-disciplinary Systems”. ABB, Milan, Italy.
  77. May 1998, “Modeling, Design, and Control Integration: A Necessary Step in Mechatronics”. Japan-USA Workshop on Integration of Research and Education in Systems, Computation, and Control Engineering, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  78. February 14, 1997, “Modeling, Design, and Control Integration: A Necessary Step in Mechatronics”. Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.
  79. November 15, 1996, “Modeling, Design, and Control Integration: A Necessary Step in Mechatronics”. University of California, Berkeley, California.
  80. August 29, 1996, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Systems”. The Robotics and Robot Vision Workshop, Brisbane, Australia.
  81. August 23, 1996, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Electromechanical Systems”, Matsushota Electric Works, Osaka, Japan.
  82. August 23, 1996, “Micro-Analysers for Home Automation and Health care”, Matsushota Electric Works, Osaka, Japan.
  83. August 23, 1996, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Electromechanical Systems”, Sanyo Electric, Osaka, Japan.
  84. August 23, 1996, “Micro-Analysers for Home Automation and Health care”, Sanyo Electric, Osaka, Japan.
  85. August 22, 1996, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Electromechanical Systems”, Mitsubishi Electric, Osaka, Japan.
  86. August 22, 1996, “Micro-Analysers for Home Automation and Health care”, Mitsubishi Electric, Osaka, Japan.
  87. August 21, 1996, “Atomic Resolution Systems”, Sharp Corporation, Nara, Japan.
  88. August 21, 1996, “Micro-Analysers for Home Automation and Health care”, Sharp Corporation, Nara, Japan.
  89. August 20, 1996, “Modeling Design and Control Integration”, INHA University, Inchon, Korea.
  90. August 19, 1996, “Micro-Analysers for Home Automation and Health care”, Daewoo Electronics, Co., Seoul, Korea.
  91. August 19, 1996, “High Density Memory and Precision Sensing and Actuation”, Daewoo Electronics, Co., Seoul, Korea.
  92. April 5, 1995, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Systems”. Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA.
  93. September 1994, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Systems”. Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
  94. July 1994, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Systems”. ARPA, Washington, DC.
  95. July 1994, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Electromechanical Systems”. MITI, Tsukuba, Japan.
  96. July 1994, “Modelling of Physical Systems”. Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota, Japan.
  97. July 1994, “Design and Control of Two Dimensional Linear Motors”. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., LTD, Osaka Japan.
  98. July 1994, “Design and Control of Two Dimensional Linear Motors”. ShinMaywa Industries, Osaka Japan.
  99. April 6, 1994, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Electromechanical Systems”. IEEE, Boston Chapter, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  100. March 23, 1994, “Design and Control Integration for Precision Electromechanical Systems”. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
  101. July 26{30, 1993, “Mechatronic Systems”. Intensive course, Daewoo Corporation, Seoul, Korea.
  102. June 29, 1993, “Industry-University Relations”. Universite de Setif, Setif , Algeria. Keynote Speaker at the 1ere Rencontre Nationale des Realizations Appliquees a L’Industrie.
  103. June 15, 1993, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Lyon, France. Keynote Speaker at the International Congress MV2, Active Control in Mechanical Engineering.
  104. March 8, 1993, “Research Activities in the Robotics & Flexible Automation Laboratory”. Daewoo Corporation, Seoul, Korea.
  105. March 5, 1993, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan. Keynote Speaker at the Chinese Automatic Control Conference.
  106. March 3, 1993, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Industrial Technology Research Institute, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
  107. November 4, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada.
  108. July 20, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Societe Nationale D’ Etude et de Construction de Moteurs d’ Aviation, Villaroche, France.
  109. July 17, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. PSA Peugeot Citroen, Direction des Recherches et Aaires Scientiques, Velizy, France.
  110. March 23, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Kodak, Yokohama, Japan.
  111. March 19, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Keio University, Yokohama, Japan.
  112. March 18, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota, Japan.
  113. March 16, 1992, “Fast Adaptive Control Algorithms In Precision Motion Control Systems”. NipponDenso Co., LTD, Kariya, Japan.
  114. November 1, 1991, “Time Delay Control: Theory and Applications”. Philips Research Laboratories, New York.
  115. December 19,1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. Digital Equipment Corporation, Colorado Springs.
  116. October 30, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island.
  117. July 16, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. Ebara Research Corporation Co., LTD., Fujisawa Japan.
  118. July 13, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Tokyo Japan.
  119. July 9, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. NipponDenso Co., LTD, Kariya Japan.
  120. July 6, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step-Towards Intelligent Control”. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., LTD, Osaka Japan.
  121. July 5, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step-Towards Intelligent Control”. Shin Meiwa Industries, Osaka Japan.
  122. February 9, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. ALCOA Laboratories.
  123. February, 8, 1990, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. Carnegie Mellon University.
  124. November 1989, “Design and Control of High Performance Manipulators”. Princeton University.
  125. October 1989, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics-A Step Towards Intelligent Control”. MIT Smart Machines Symposium.
  126. September 1989, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics”. Presentation to Dr. Eric Bloch, Director of NSF.
  127. August 1989, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics”. NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio.
  128. July 1989, “Modelling and Control of Dynamic Systems”. Haut Commissariat a la Recherche, Algiers, Algeria.
  129. February 6, 1989, “Design and Control of High Speed Manipulators”. University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut.
  130. December 8, 1988, “Design and Control of High Speed Manipulators”. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas.
  131. August 3, 1988, “Robotics Research”. Federal Economic Trade Commission, Vienna, Austria.
  132. July 16{20, 1988, “Design and Control of Robot Manipulators”. Haut Commissariat a la Recherche, Algiers, Algeria.
  133. July 14, 1988, “Control of Systems with Unknown Dynamics”. Bosch, Stuttgart, West Germany.
  134. March 23{24, 1988, “Robotics: An Advanced Course”. NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.
  135. March 21{22, 1988, “Robotics: An Introductory Course”. NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.
  136. February 26, 1988, “Analysis: Design and Control of High-Speed Direct-Drive Manipulators”. University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  137. February 3, 1988, Advanced Robotics”. The Federation of Finnish Mechanical and Engineering Industries Technology Development Center, TEKES, Helsinki, Finland.
  138. December 10, 1987, “Design and Control of High Performance Robots for Manufacturing Automation”. California State University at Northridge.
  139. December 4, 1987, “Design and Control of High Speed Direct-Drive Manipulators”. Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.
  140. November 20, 1987, “Design and Control of High Speed Direct-Drive Manipulators”. Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina.
  141. October 8, 1987, “Design and Control of High Speed Direct-Drive Manipulators”. Boston Computer Society, Boston, Massachusetts.
  142. June 29, 1987, Robotics Research and Flexible Automation”. Control Data, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  143. April 8{9, 1987, “Design and Control of Robotic Manipulators (a two-day course)”. NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.
  144. February 10, 1987, “Robotics Research”. Department of the Army, Armament Research and Development Center, Picatinny Arsenal, Dover, New Jersey.
  145. January 29, 1987, “On Line Identication and Control of Dynamic Systems”. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Robotics Systems Department, Holmdel, New Jersey.
  146. December 9, 1986, “Robotics Research”. Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California.
  147. December 1, 1986, “Design and Control of Advanced Manipulators”. New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey.
  148. August 29, 1986, “Robotics Research and Flexible Automation”., Peugeot S.A., Direction de Recherche et Aaires Scientiques, Velizy, France.
  149. August 27, 1986, “Robotics Research and Flexible Automation”. Telemecanique Direction de Recherche et Development, Nanterre, France.
  150. July 18, 1986, “Robotics Research”. Matsushita Elec. Ind., Prod. Eng. Lab, Osaka, Japan.
  151. July 19, 1986, “Design and Control of Advanced Robotic Systems”. Kyoto University, Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Kyoto, Japan.
  152. July 3, 1986, “Research Issues in Direct-Drive Technology and Flexible Fixturing”. AT&T Bell Laboratories Robotics Systems Department Holmdel, New Jersey.
  153. July 2, 1986, “Robotics Research”. Martin Marietta Aerospace, Baltimore Division MP 405 Baltimore, Maryland.
  154. June 20, 1986, “Automatic Planning and Recongurable Fixturing Systems for Sheet Metal Drilling”. Boeing Commercial Airplane Co., Articial Intelligence Center, Seattle, Washington.
  155. January 23, 1986, “Advanced Robotic Systems in Manufacturing”. Cummins Engines, Columbus, Indiana.
  156. July 19, 1984, “Dynamic Decoupling of Manipulator Dynamics by Mass Distribution”. Kyoto University, Automation Laboratory, Japan.
  157. July 16, 1984, “Design and Control of Direct-Drive Manipulators”. Shin Meiwa Industry, Development Center, Japan.
  158. October 1983, “Design of Direct-Drive Manipulators”. Automatics Inc., Billerica, Massachusetts.