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CARBONE Giuseppe
Graduated with honors in Mechanical Engineering in 2000 at the University of Cassino, he received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 2004. He carried out numerous research and teaching periods abroad. He was invited visiting professor at Waseda University (Japan), the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid (Spain), the Beijing Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (China), Sheffield Hallam University (England), the University of Poiters (France). From 2019 he is Associate Professor in the DSS Ing-Ind / 13 and carries out research in many areas of Applied Mechanics to Machines, with particular attention to robotics and mechatronics. He partecipated /coordinated more than 20 international research projects including the AGEWELL project co-financed on H2020 European funds on innovative robotic systems for post-stroke rehabilitation. He is Associate Editor of numerous magazines including the journal Robotica (Cambridge University Press).
Selected Publications

Shuangji Yao, Marco Ceccarelli, Giuseppe Carbone, Zhikui Dong, “Grasp Configuration Planning for a Low-Cost and Easy-Operation Underactuated Three-Fingered Robot Hand”, Mechanism and Machine Theory, 2018. 10.1016/j.mechmachtheory.2018.06.019
Matteo Russo, Marco Ceccarelli, Burkhard Corves, Mathias Hüsing, Michael Lorenz, Daniele Cafolla, Giuseppe Carbone, “Design and Test of a Gripper Prototype for Horticulture Products”, Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Volume 44, 1 April 2017, Pages 266-275.
A. Palermo, D. Mundo, R. Hadjit, W. Desmet, “Multibody element for spur and helical gear meshing based on detailed three-dimensional contact calculations”, Mechanism and Machine Theory, Vol. 62 (2013), 13-30
J. L. Perez-Diaz, E. Diez-Jimenez, I. ValienteBlanco, C. Cristache, M.-A. AlvarezValenzuela, J. Sanchez-GarciaCasarrubios, C. Ferdeghini, F. Canepa, W. Hornig, G. Carbone, and others, “Performance of MagneticSuperconductor Non-Contact Harmonic Drive for Cryogenic Space Applications,” International Journal Machines, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 138–156, 2015
Carbone G., Ceccarelli M., Kerle H., “Ein Optimierungsverfahren für den Entwurf von Kurvenprofilen”, 6. IGM-Kolloquium Getriebetechnik, Aachen, pp.67-82, 2005

Lines of Research

Kinematic / dynamic analysis and optimized synthesis of plane mechanisms.
Grip mechanics and grasping
Cable robotic systems
Design, implementation, validation of innovative robotic and mechatronic systems

Thesis Proposals and Topics
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