Doctoral Student (3rd year)
Department of Computer Science
University of Colorado at Boulder
My research focuses on developing and assessing tactile perception technologies to endow robotic and prosthetic hands with human-like grasping and object manipulation capabilities.
Radhen Patel is a 3rd year PhD candidate in the Computer Science department at the University of Colorado Boulder. Before joining the University of Colorado at Boulder, Radhen earned his Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, India (NIT-Surat) in 2015. His bachelors thesis was on comparison of two state estimation algorithms for a mobile robot. During his time as an undergraduate Radhen visited the University of Edinburgh in Scotland as a visiting scholar where he worked with Prof. Robert Bob Fisher on analyzing and comparing different computer vision algorithms for registering 2D/3D point clouds.
|R. Patel, R. Cox, N. Correll. Integrated proximity, contact and force sensing using elastomer-embedded commodity proximity sensors. In: Autonomous Robots, pp. 1-16, 2018.
Jacob Segil, Radhen Patel, Yanyu Xiong, Marie Schmitt, Richard Weir, Nikolaus Correll. Force Sensing Prosthetic Finger Tip using Elastomer-Embedded Commodity Infrared Proximity Sensor. In: Myoelectric Controls Symposium (MEC), New Brunswick, 2017.
R. Patel, Jorge Canardo Alastuey, N. Correll. Improving grasp performance using in-hand proximity and force sensing. In: Int. Symposium on Experimental Robotics (ISER), Tokyo, Japan, 2016.
R. Patel and N. Correll. Integrated force and distance sensing for robotic manipulation using elastomer-embedded commodity proximity sensors. In: Robotics Science and Systems, Ann Arbor, MN, 2016.
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