DLR German Aerospace Center
Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics
Analysis and Control of Advanced Robotic Systems
Muenchener Str. 20
|telephone:||+49 8153 28-1306|
|email:||Dr.-Ing. Thomas Hulin|
Thomas Hulin heads the Telemanipulation Research Group at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). His research interests include haptics (control, devices, and algorithms), telerobotics, physical human-robot interaction, robot visualization, augmented reality, and skill transfer. He is co-author of more than 60 peer-reviewed scientific articles in international journals, books and conferences. He was granted 9 patents and is co-inventor of the robotic systems HUG and SwarmRail, and of the interaction devices CoaxHaptics, VibroTac S, and FingerTac. He has served as an Associate Editor for IEEE since 2019 (IEEE ICRA 2020 and 2021, IEEE WHC 2021, RA-L since 2021).
|Control theory for haptic rendering||Human machine interfaces (video)||Virtual product development (video)||Robot simulation and visualization||Skill transfer||Haptic rendering algorithms|
In the Media
The last two in the list got already successfully licensed by industry in the scope of two technology transfers.
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Service and Volunteer Activities
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