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Mechanical Engineering Expert Homayoon Kazerooni

Professor at Berkeley
University of California at Berkeley
Mechanical Engineering Department
Berkeley CA 94720
phone: 510-332-7058
Dr. Homayoon Kazerooni is one of the world’s leading experts in Robotics Human Augmentation and has over 30 years of Mechanical Engineering experience. He holds a Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. Dr. Kazerooni is a Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of California, Berkeley, and is the director of the Berkeley Robotics and Human Engineering Laboratory, affectionately known as "KAZ LAB".

Dr. Kazerooni has published over two hundred articles on Robotics, Product Design, Control Sciences, Mechatronics, and Human-Machine Systems. He is the holder of over fifteen pertinent patents and extensive litigation support experience on Intellectual Property and Product Liability including a great number of depositions and testimony at trial. Dr. Kazerooni represents both Plaintiff and Defense.

Research Interests Include:
  • Bioengineering
  • Human-Machine Systems
  • Robotics
  • Mechatronics
  • Machine Design
  • Automated Manufacturing
  • Control Systems
  • Orthoses
  • Prostheses
  • Intelligent Assist Devices
  • Power and Propulsion
  • Product Design
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    2/12/2013 · Robots & Robotics
    Recently, with the progress of computers, robot manipulators have obtained some abilities of perception and judgmenl. However, it st ill remains a dream that robots have the same or more nexible intelligence than humans. In the mean time, the physical ability of a robot manipulmor is superior in cases such as carrying heavy loads.

    12/26/2012 · Medical
    Many places in the world are too rugged or enclosed for vehicles to access. Even today, material transport to such areas is limited to manual labor and beasts of burden.

    9/11/2012 · Medical
    The primary Objective of the Berkeley lower Extremity Exoskeleton (BLEEX) Project at the University of California, Berkeley is to develop fundamental technologies associated with the design and control of energetically autonomous lower extremity exoskeletons that augment human strength and endurance during locomotion.