Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Domenico Campolo
Associate Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Assistant Chair (Research), School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)
Co-Director for Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)
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Domenico CAMPOLO is currently Associate Professor at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

He received his Laurea Degree from the University of Pisa in 1998 and the Diploma Degree in Engineering from Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in 1999. In 2002, he earned his PhD in Micro-Engineering from Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, while working at MiTech Lab (currently, the CRIM Lab).

During the Fall 1998 he was working at the EECS Dept. of ZheJiang University, HangZhou, P.R. China as a visiting graduate student. In the period 2000-2003, he was at UC-Berkeley (USA) as a Visiting Scholar and, after 2002, as a post-doc working on the MFI (Micromechanical Flying Insect) project.

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Human-Machine Physical Interaction. Motor Control in Humans and Robots with applications to Industry & Healthcare. Geometric and Lie Group Theoretical Methods.
 
  • Delta - NTU Corporate Laboratory (Phase 2) (Delta)
  • Delta WP3: Haptic-based learning for in-hand and dual-arm manipulation: multimodal human skills capture and transfer to robots
  • Development of Lab-Based and Portable Dyadic-EEG Sociometrics Sensor Suites for Measurement of Social Interaction Effects on Infant Executive Function
  • FHT Module 3: Connectd Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology (Project 3)
  • FHT Module 3: Connected Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology
  • H-MAN Design and Development
  • Learning by Haptic Demonstration (Cobot Thrust WP 2.4)
  • NTU-Delta Corporate Laboratory (Phase 2) (IAF-ICP)
  • P1.4: Torque-sensing techniques for online self-calibration, anomaly detections during impacts or assembly tasks
  • PA3: Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [A*STAR-Funding]
  • PA3: Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [Schaeffler Funding]
  • PA4: Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [A*STAR-Funding]
  • PA4: Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [Schaeffler Funding]
  • PA5: Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [A*STAR-Funding]
  • PA5: Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [Schaeffler Funding]
  • Robots as Medical Professionals: Unpacking and Mitigating Public’s Resistance towards Rehabilitation Robots
  • Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [NTU Internal Funding]
  • Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [NTU Internal Funding] (MAE)
  • Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [Renovation]
  • Smart Mechatronic Lab for Industrial Collaborative Robotics in Manufacturing [Schaeffler - Industry Funding]
  • The digital future of human learning: Social optimisation of digital media for early learning
  • WP3: Haptic-based learning for in-hand and dual-arm manipulators (IAF-ICP)
US 2015/0302777 A1: Apparatus For Upper Body Movement (2017)
Abstract: There is provided an apparatus for upper body movement. The apparatus comprises a H-shaped cable-driven mechanism; two motors for driving the H-shaped cable-driven mechanism; and a manipulandum coupled to the H-shaped cable-driven mechanism for independent movement along x and y axes.

US-2014-0061379-A1: A Motorised Device and Method of Moving The Device (2015)
Abstract: A motorised device arranged to move using cyclic motion is disclosed. The device includes a motorised means; at least one limb coupled to the motorised means, and configured to be driven by the motorised means for moving the device; and a resilient biasing means coupled to the at least one limb to further drive the at least one limb using mechanical resonance. A related method of moving the motorised device is also disclosed.