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Bae, Joonbum (배준범)

Department
기계공학과
Website
http://birc.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Bio-robotics and Control Lab. (바이오 로보틱스 및 제어 실험실)
Research Keywords
인간-로봇 상호작용, 소프트 로보틱스, 웨어러블 시스템, 생체 모방 로봇, 제어, Human-Robot Interaction, Soft Robotics, Wearable Systems, Bio-inspired Robots, Control
Research Interests
In this laboratory, human-robot interaction systems for virtual reality, tele-operation, and rehabilitation are investigated using robotics, control, and advanced sensing technologies. Wearable systems were developed for military use, daily life support, and rehabilitation. These wearable systems, however, feature rigid structures and actuators, which were usually employed in conventional robotics research. The design, manufacture, and control of such systems may be appropriate from the point of view of a ‘robot’, but have not been widely applied in practice because they are heavy, hard, and difficult to wear from the point of view of a ‘human’. To overcome these issues, we have sought to develop innovative and practical wearable systems by comprehensive research with human-centered design and control of the wearable systems; the wearable systems are developed from the point of view of a ‘human’ not a ‘robot’. Also, structures and mechanisms used by animals and plants have informed the development of wearable human-robot interaction systems, creating the discipline of biomimetic robot research.
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2015Mechatronic considerations for actuation of human assistive wearable robotics: Robust control of a series elastic actuatorKong, Kyoungchul; Bae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE523 Mechatronic considerations for actuation of human assistive wearable robotics: Robust control of a series elastic actuator
2013-09Network-Based Rehabilitation System for Improved Mobility and Tele-RehabilitationBae, Joonbum; Zhang, Wenlong; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE757 Network-Based Rehabilitation System for Improved Mobility and Tele-Rehabilitation
2013-09A tele-monitoring system for gait rehabilitation with an inertial measurement unit and a shoe-type ground reaction force sensorBae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE837 A tele-monitoring system for gait rehabilitation with an inertial measurement unit and a shoe-type ground reaction force sensor
2013-05Torque mode control of a cable-driven actuating system by sensor fusionKong, Kyoungchul; Bae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE809 Torque mode control of a cable-driven actuating system by sensor fusion
2012-04A Compact Rotary Series Elastic Actuator for Human Assistive SystemsKong, Kyoungchul; Bae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE734 A Compact Rotary Series Elastic Actuator for Human Assistive Systems
2012-03A gait rehabilitation strategy inspired by an iterative learning algorithmBae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE818 A gait rehabilitation strategy inspired by an iterative learning algorithm
2011-09Gait phase analysis based on a Hidden Markov ModelBae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE920 Gait phase analysis based on a Hidden Markov Model
2011-09Gait Phase-Based Control for a Rotary Series Elastic Actuator Assisting the Knee JointBae, Joonbum; Kong, Kyoungchul; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE783 Gait Phase-Based Control for a Rotary Series Elastic Actuator Assisting the Knee Joint
2011-04A Mobile Gait Monitoring System for Abnormal Gait Diagnosis and Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study for Parkinson Disease PatientsBae, Joonbum; Kong, Kyoungchul; Byl, Nancy, et alARTICLE761 A Mobile Gait Monitoring System for Abnormal Gait Diagnosis and Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study for Parkinson Disease Patients
2009-02Control of Rotary Series Elastic Actuator for Ideal Force-Mode Actuation in Human-Robot Interaction ApplicationsKong, Kyoungchul; Bae, Joonbum; Tomizuka, MasayoshiARTICLE805 Control of Rotary Series Elastic Actuator for Ideal Force-Mode Actuation in Human-Robot Interaction Applications

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