Yam Geva

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About me

Master student in Mechanical Engineering Department

Research

M.Sc. Thesis

Topic: A Combined Potential Function and Graph Search Approach for Free Gait Generation of Quadruped Robots, Advisor: Amir Shapiro

Ph.D. Thesis

Topic: Dynamic Motion Planning of Walking Robots, Advisor: Amir Shapiro


Other Related Projects

BaMPer: Balance Measure and Perturbation system

Development of an Autonomous date palm trees sprayer

Development of an Autonomous vineyard sprayer

Mule like robot

Snake like robot

Dual tracked robot for mapping of underground tunnels

Publications

1) Yam Geva, Amir Shapiro, Ohad Ben-Shahar, Yael Edan, “Visual Tracking of Date Palm Trees for Targeted Spraying”, The 31st Israeli Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2-3 June 2010.

2) Yam Geva, Amir Shapiro, “A Combined Potential Function and Graph Search Approach for Free Gait Generation of Quadruped Robots”, IEEE International Conference on Robotics & Automation (ICRA), May 2012, Minnesota, USA.

3) Yam Geva, Amir Shapiro, “Combined Potential Function and Graph Search Approach for Free Gait Generation of Quadruped Robots”, The 32nd Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 17-18 October 2012.

4) Yam Geva and Amir Shapiro, "A Novel Design of a Quadruped Robot for Research Purposes", International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, 2014, 11:95.

Contact Information

Email: gevay@post.bgu.ac.il