Kevin M. Lynch
Kevin M. Lynch received the B.S.E. degree in electrical engineering from Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA, and the Ph.D. degree in robotics from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. He is Professor and Chair of Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University and a faculty member of the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO). His research focuses on robot manipulation and locomotion, self-organizing multi-agent systems, bio-inspired sensing and con- trol, and functional electrical stimulation for restoration of human function. He is a Senior Editor of Robotics and Automation Letters, co-author of The Principles of Robot Motion (MIT Press, 2005) and Embedded Computing and Mechatronics (Elsevier/Newnes, 2015). Dr. Lynch is the recipient of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Early Career Award, Northwestern's Professorship of Teaching Excellence, and the Northwestern Engineering Teacher of the Year award.
TNSRE, Featured ArticlesSemiparametric Identification of Human Arm Dynamics for Flexible Control of a Functional Electrical Stimulation Neuroprosthesis
Eric M. Schearer, Yu-Wei Liao, Eric J. Perreault, Matthew C. Tresch, William D. Memberg, Robert F. Kirsch, Kevin M. Lynch
We present a method to identify the dynamics of a human arm controlled by an implanted functional electrical stimulation neuroprosthesis. The method uses Gaussian process regression to predict shoulder and elbow torques given the shoulder and elbow joint positions and... Read more
Posted on 27 SEP 2016