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Yong-Lae Park
Assistant Professor, RI
Office: NSH 4109
Phone: (412) 268-6820
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Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Administrative Assistant: Peggy A. Martin
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Embedded Optical Sensors Could Make Robotic Hands More Dexterous
September 28, 2015. Optical sensors may be uniquely suited for use in robotic hands, according to Carnegie Mellon University researchers who have developed a three-fingered soft robotic hand with multiple embedded fiber optic sensors. They also have created a new type of stretchable optical sensor.
Okawa Foundation Awards Research Grant To Yong-Lae Park
December 15, 2014. Yong-Lae Park, an assistant professor in the Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute and the founder of the Soft Robotics and Bionics Lab, is among the latest recipients of the Okawa Research Grant, which is awarded by the Okawa Foundation for Information and Telecommunications.
Bio-Inspired Robotic Device Could Aid Ankle-Foot Rehabilitation
January 20, 2014. A soft, wearable device that mimics the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the lower leg could aid in the rehabilitation of patients with ankle-foot disorders such as drop foot, said Yong-Lae Park, an assistant professor of robotics at Carnegie Mellon University.
Multiplexed Force and Deflection Sensing Shell Membranes for Robotic Manipulators
October 03, 2013.
A Pressure and Strain Sensor Fabricated on Soft Artificial Skin
October 03, 2013.
RI Seminar: Yong-Lae Park
Bio-Inspired Soft Robotics: New Ways of Sensing and Actuation
September 19, 2014 - Length: 59:06