Mohammad H. Rahman

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Biomedical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering
UW-Milwaukee University, USA

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Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN is affiliated to Biomedical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering, Universityof Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN is currently providing services as Assistant Professor. Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN has authored and co-authored multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers and presented works at many national and International conferences. Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN contributions have acclaimed recognition from honourable subject experts around the world. Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN is actively associated with different societies and academies. Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN academic career is decorated with several reputed awards and funding. Dr. MOHAMMAD H. RAHMAN research interests include Current Research:  Development of a Robotic Rehabilitation protocol  Robotic Intervention for Upper and Lower Extremity Rehabilitation  Tele-operation of a hyper redundant modular robot, ANAT AMI-100  Development of an underground mobile robot to inspect and repair water mains Research Interests:  Bio-robotics: Wearable robots, rehabilitation Robotics, exoskeleton robots (for rehabilitation & motion assist), human-assist robots, service robots, surgical robots, medical robots, human-machine interface.  Intelligent system and Control: Nonlinear control, artificial intelligence, neural networks, fuzzy systems, fuzzy-neuro control, adaptive control, control using bio-logical signals such as electromyogram signals, autonomous navigation, tele-robotics, teleportation..

Research Interest

Bio-robotics - wearable robots, rehabilitation robotics, exoskeleton robots (for rehabilitation & motion assistance), human-assist robots, service robots, surgical robots, medical robots, human-machine interface. Intelligent system and Control - nonlinear control, artificial intelligence, neural networks, fuzzy systems, fuzzy-neuro control, adaptive control, control using bio-logical signals such as electromyogram signals, autonomous navigation, tele-robotics, teleportation

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