Mr Sanket Kachole

Research project: Neuromorphic Vision-Based Grasp and Trajectory Planning Using Machine Learning Techniques

Abstract

Gripping an object involves simultaneous actions of human body elements including Arm, Fingers, Palm orientation and Eyes. Skin receptors Acknowledges slippage and estimate the required force to hold firmly. Human Eyes helps to identify the obstacles within the paths and estimate obstacle-free path. In this project, Neuromorphic Vision based task specific grasping and trajectory generation methodology will be developed. The developed strategy will be investigated and evaluated using simulation or in-lab methodology. 

  • Research degree: PhD
  • Title of project: Neuromorphic Vision-Based Grasp and Trajectory Planning Using Machine Learning Techniques
  • Research supervisor: Dr Yahya Zweiri
  • Other research supervisor: Professor Dimitrios Makris

Biography

I am AI researcher at Kingston University. I have completed BE in Mechanical Engineering from Pune University and MSc in Advanced Industrial Manufacturing from Kingston University. I have 2 years of work experience in automation industry and received 2 patent grants in Engineering domain. 

Areas of research interest

  • Computer Vision
  • Robotics
  • Machine Learning

Qualifications

  • BE in Mechanical Engineering, Pune University
  • MSc in Advanced Industrial Engineering, Kingston University