Muhammad Zubair Iqbal
Muhammad Zubair Iqbal
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Modeling and prototyping of an underactuated gripper exploiting joint compliance and modularity
I Hussain, F Renda, Z Iqbal, M Malvezzi, G Salvietti, L Seneviratne, D Gan, ...
IEEE Robotics and automation letters 3 (4), 2854-2861, 2018
262018
The co-gripper: a wireless cooperative gripper for safe human robot interaction
G Salvietti, Z Iqbal, I Hussain, D Prattichizzo, M Malvezzi
2018 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2018
132018
Design and prototype of supernumerary robotic finger (SRF) inspired by fin rayŽ effect for patients suffering from sensorimotor hand impairment
I Hussain, M Anwar, Z Iqbal, R Muthusamy, M Malvezzi, L Seneviratne, ...
2019 2nd IEEE International Conference on Soft Robotics (RoboSoft), 398-403, 2019
102019
Soft hands with embodied constraints: The soft scoopgripper
G Salvietti, Z Iqbal, M Malvezzi, T Eslami, D Prattichizzo
2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2758-2764, 2019
92019
Design of multiple wearable robotic extra fingers for human hand augmentation
M Malvezzi, Z Iqbal, MC Valigi, M Pozzi, D Prattichizzo, G Salvietti
Robotics 8 (4), 102, 2019
82019
Modeling and prototyping of a soft prosthetic hand exploiting joint compliance and modularity
I Hussain, Z Iqbal, M Malvezzi, L Seneviratne, D Gan, D Prattichizzo
2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 65-70, 2018
72018
Grasping with the softpad, a soft sensorized surface for exploiting environmental constraints with rigid grippers
C Gaudeni, M Pozzi, Z Iqbal, M Malvezzi, D Prattichizzo
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 5 (3), 3884-3891, 2020
62020
Bilateral Haptic Collaboration for Human-Robot Cooperative Tasks
G Salvietti, Z Iqbal, D Prattichizzo
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters,, 1-8, 2020
62020
Design criteria for wearable robotic extra–fingers with underactuated modular structure
M Malvezzi, MC Valigi, G Salvietti, Z Iqbal, I Hussain, D Prattichizzo
The International Conference of IFToMM ITALY, 509-517, 2018
62018
Compliant gripper design, prototyping, and modeling using screw theory formulation
I Hussain, M Malvezzi, D Gan, Z Iqbal, L Seneviratne, D Prattichizzo, ...
The International Journal of Robotics Research 40 (1), 55-71, 2021
52021
Discrete Cosserat Approach for Closed-Chain Soft Robots: Application to the Fin-Ray Finger
C Armanini, I Hussain, MZ Iqbal, D Gan, D Prattichizzo, F Renda
IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 2021
22021
Design, Development, and Control of a Tendon-actuated Exoskeleton for Wrist Rehabilitation and Training
M Dragusanu, TL Baldi, Z Iqbal, D Prattichizzo, M Malvezzi
2020 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 1749-1754, 2020
22020
The mag-gripper: A soft-rigid gripper augmented with an electromagnet to precisely handle clothes
S Marullo, S Bartoccini, G Salvietti, MZ Iqbal, D Prattichizzo
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 5 (4), 6591-6598, 2020
12020
Detachable Robotic Grippers for Human-Robot Collaboration
Z Iqbal, M Pozzi, D Prattichizzo, G Salvietti
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 8, 2021
2021
Modeling a Sensorized Soft Layer for Adding Compliance to the Environment in Robotic Manipulation
M Pozzi, C Gaudeni, Z Iqbal, D Prattichizzo, M Malvezzi
The International Conference of IFToMM ITALY, 370-377, 2020
2020
How to 3D-Print Compliant Joints with a Selected Stiffness for Cooperative Underactuated Soft Grippers
I Hussain, Z Iqbal, M Malvezzi, D Prattichizzo, G Salvietti
International Workshop on Human-Friendly Robotics, 139-153, 2019
2019
Development of a Wearable Exoskeleton for Hand/Wrist Rehabilitation and Training
M Dragusanu, TL Baldi, Z Iqbal, D Prattichizzo, M Malvezzi
Design of wearable robotic extra fingers for human hand augmentation
M Malvezzi, G Salvietti, MC Valigi, Z Iqbal, M Pozzi, D Prattichizzo
Supernumerary Limbs and Wearable Sensorimotor Interfaces
D Prattichizzo, M Malvezzi, S Rossi, Z Iqbal, L Franco, G Salvietti
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