Home

Name
Yosef Razin
Title
Ph.D. Student (Robotics)
Address
Montgomery Knight Building
270 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332
United States

A bit about me

I'm a Robotics PhD student, who came from three years in the aerospace industry. I'm intellectually curious with a strong foundation in both leadership and teamwork. My core strengths are in human-robot interaction, machine learning, mechanical design, control theory, neural networks, space mechanisms, and fusion propulsion.

My current research projects are Understanding Neuromuscular Adaptations in Human-Robot Physical Interaction for Adaptive Robot Co-Workers and Adaptive Intelligence for Cyber-Physical Automotive Active Safety System Design and Evaluation and I'm advised by Dr. Karen Feigh.

                                                                                                     Feel free to email me!
                                                                                                  Email: yrazin@gatech.edu
                                                                                           Website: yosefrazin.weebly.com

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Past research includes:

  • Robotics
    • Roo'bot: A Study in Hopping and Jumping for Biomemtic Locomotion (Senior thesis, Princeton University)
    • Simulation of CPGs for Bipedal Locomation
    • Design of a Fully Implantable Neural Electrode Interface for Control and Energy for prosthetics
    • Facial Recognition Using Neural Networks: A Hybrid Approach
    • Design and Simulation of a One Inch Robot

Past employers: 

Previous Education:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Projects

NSF NRI-Small: Understanding Neuromuscular Adaptations in Human-Robot Physical Interaction for Adaptive Robot Co-Workers

The goal of this award is to develop theories, methods, and tools to understand the mechanisms of neuromotor adaptation in human-robot physical interaction.  Human power-assisting systems, e.g., powered lifting devices that aid human operators in manipulating heavy or bulky loads, require physical contact between the operator and machine, creating a coupled dynamic system.

Map of Cognitive Engineering Center

Cognitive Engineering Center (CEC)
Georgia Institute of Technology
270 Ferst Drive
Atlanta GA 30332-0150