Contact: ian.bullock @yale.edu
| Ian Bullock, a PhD candidate in the Yale GRAB Lab,
is studying the capabilities and everyday function of the human hand. His research
considers topics such as manipulation classification, human hand kinematics, human manipulation, and patterns
of human grasping. Applications include improved design of robotic and prosthetic hands,
as well as understanding how to better rehabilitate hand function.
Ian has always enjoyed programming and building projects, especially those which involve human interfaces/interaction, interesting aesthetic aspects, or music.
Grasp frequency and usage pre-print now available April 30, 2013
ICRA 2013 paper: versatile human grasp sets February 15, 2013
Simple stepper motor music October 16, 2012
Manipulation classification paper accepted in Transactions on Haptics September 15, 2012
© 2013 by Ian Bullock