Emir Mobedi was born in İzmir (Turkey) in 1992. He obtained his master's degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2019 from İzmir İnstitute of Technology with a thesis entitled “Continuously Variable Transmission System Designed for Human-Robot Interfaces”. Since 2020, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Bioengineering at Politecnico di Milano, Neuroengineering and Medical Robotics Laboratory (NearLab), working in collaboration with Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), under the supervision of Dr. Arash Ajoudani at Human-Robot Interfaces and Physical Interaction (HRI2) laboratory. His research is mainly focused on the interaction autonomy, shared control and design of exoskeletons for industrial applications.
An Adaptive Control Approach to Robotic Assembly with Uncertainties in Vision and DynamicsThe 29th IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication
Calibration Study of a Continuously Variable Transmission System Designed for pHRI8th European Conference on Mechanism Science (EuCoMeS), vol. 89, pp. 381-388
Geometrical analysis of a continuously variable transmission system designed for human-robot interfacesMechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 140, pp. 567-585
A Continuously Variable Transmission System Designed for Human–Robot InterfacesMechanism and Machine Science, pp. 29-41
Experimental Evaluation of Actuation and Sensing Capabilities of a Haptic DeviceEuropean Conference on Mechanism Science, pp. 137-144