, a graduate in Automation and Control Engineering
and a future PhD student in the MERLIN
research group, won one of the UCIMU 2015
awards for his MSc thesis entitled “Trajectory generation with sensorless force control for a dual-arm robotic manipulator” (in Italian).
The thesis, developed under the supervision of Paolo Rocco
and Andrea Zanchettin
, is in the mainstream of the research on industrial robotics, and presents innovative methodologies for trajectory generation of robotic manipulators, even
in contact with an external environment, through reconstruction of the interaction force from the dynamic model.
The award has been given to Davide Nicolis
during a ceremony held within the EMO Milano 2015 fair