MSc. Student of Electrical Engineering (Control), K. N. Toosi University of Technology
BSc. Student of Electrical Engineering (Control), Amirkabir University of Technology - Tehran Polytechnic
ARAS (Advanced Robotics & Automated Systems Laboratories), Surgical Robotics
Computational Intelligence, Large Scale Systems, Automation & Information Technology Lab
Iran Water Resources Management - IWPCO, Iran Water & Power Resources Development Company
Hydroelectric Power Plant Management Center
Design Decentralized & Centralized Servomechanism Controller for Large-Scale Systems
Motion Control of Cable-Driven Robot
Stable Plate Control - Navigation systems and Steering control system (Academic)
Working on the indoor location-based control system estimates the indoor position of robots.
In Double-Integrator Systems with Switching Networks Facing Smart Attacks.
Designing, 3D printing & assembling of components + initial tests.
PLC Based Elevator Controller and Industrial Automation Systems.
MSc. Supervisor, Nonlinear Control & Parallel Robots
Multivariable Control Systems
Fault detection and identification
Navigation systems and Steering control system
MSc Seminar 20 out of 20 & Dynamic Systems and Control: 18.5 out of 20
Computer Control & Advanced Robotics
Instrumentation, Modern Control, IIoT & Resilient control of networked control systems (MSc.)
Bsc. Project & Linear Algebra
Electric Circuits I
Electrical Machines II
Electric Circuits II, Electrical Machines I, Power System Analysis
Research Methods & Report Writing, Renewable Power Plants & Hydroelectric Power Plant - Training
Signals and Systems
Project Controls & Project Management
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Assume you have a mobile robot sitting on a large ball. Imagine programming the robot so that if the ball is moved, the robot will climb to the top of the ball and level itself. If building such a robot excites you, this article will demonstrate some key points to help get you started.
With 3D printing becoming more affordable, its potential for use in robotic applications is becoming more feasible. This article explores some of the robot-related things you can do with a 3D printer that might make you want one as another tool in your workshop.
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